Mercury Marine MERCURY 380HDPVC
Built To Take It – Plus Your Crew And Gear – Most Anywhere.
Mercury's Heavy Duty Series of inflatable boats is designed for daily pleasure or professional use. They are built strong enough to take larger engines, with the largest model able to take up to 30hp.
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|Length||12' / 365cm|
|Weight (PVC)||205lbs / 93kg|
|Air Chambers||3 + 1|
|Max horsepower||25 HP|
|Floor type||Aluminum floorboards
|Cargo strap attachments||Yes|
|External carry handles||Yes|
|Nonslip wear patches||Yes|
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REMOTE AREA SURCHARGE
A surcharge is applied per shipment when the delivery destination is remote. Remote is defined as islands and highlands; or a zip code that is difficult to serve; or a suburb/town that is distant, inaccessible or infrequently served. We will inform you if your destination requires a remote area surcharge before shipping your order.
Factory Warranty Begins on Date of Purchase.
Mercury Marine® is a large company with locations, employees, and dealers all around the world. It started back in 1939, when Carl Kiekhaefer (from Mequon Wisconsin) built the first Mercury outboard, the company was pretty small. Carl was a dreamer and tinkerer. He loved the outdoors. He loved engineering. And he loved to go fast. He was a great role model, too.
Mercury Marine has been making world-class outboards and sterndrives for more than 75 years. It has grown into the largest builder of marine propulsion systems in the world. Number one on the water. and didn't get there by sitting still.
Mercury Marine's long history of firsts and foremosts. A history of constant improvements, as they've set and reset the standards for reliable, trouble-free performance; superior power and torque; low emission; and low fuel consumption. And nobody has given boaters more more ways to propel their specific boats, activities, and pursuits reliably, comfortably, and efficiently across the water.