At 2.4m the Fox 240 Inflatable Boat is a highly versatile boat that is perfect for a range of uses including placing rigs, baiting up and landing fish. Designed to give increased stability and usable space compared to old Fox FX240 model...
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At 2.4m the Fox 240 Inflatable Boat is a highly versatile boat that is perfect for a range of uses including placing rigs, baiting up and landing fish. Designed to give increased stability and usable space compared to old Fox FX240 model.
- Rounded end tubes give greater stability on the water whilst also providing increased internal space
- Large ‘V’ Keel for ultimate navigation
- Increased bow angle for smoother navigation in waves
- Extra wide inner for added comfort
- 0.9mm strong fabric available in the unique Fox Camo or Green
- Supplied with hard-wearing Air Deck (green for green boats and black on camo boats)
- Unique Fox Multi Bar enables use with all floor options
- Three chamber system
- Security overpressure valve
- Reinforcements on underside of boat for added protection
- Strategically placed handles make boat balanced when carrying
- Unique split sliding seat rail for ease of use and alternative positioning
- Additional extra strong grab handle at the rear that can also be used to hold your landing net handle
- Black aluminium oars and lightweight black aluminium seat
- Black Ply Wood transom with protective moulded motor mount
- 2 x moulded echo sounder mounts
- Stainless steel towing and anchor point
- Reinforced side rails for maximum boat protection
- Supplied with foot pump, repair kit and valve key
This item is not kept in stock, please allow 7-10 extra days for delivery.
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