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Old 13-11-2015, 09:40   #1
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Baltik 9.5' Inflatable

9.5' Baltik Inflatable Dinghy in Daytona Beach Fl. This came with the boat and we used it all summer throughout New England without incident. It's a little tired but the price is right and does the job. Has oars but not seats. The "Baltik" logos are "sticky" and a few of the "grab line" fitting have been re-adhered successfully. Foot pump included. Holds air great. 250.00

(copy and paste for details) 9.5 FT Baltik Boat With High Pressure Air Floor - Baltik Model BA95

I also have a brand new Yamaha 2.5hp outboard (4 Stroke) on this boat which I wouldn't mind keeping but will sell with the boat if wanted. Purchased in May at Fawcetts in Annapolis and all documentation on the boat. 1,000.00 for the package.

I've put a few stickers on the engine as that is out habit to deter "interested parties". It had less than 10 hours on it at best.

Why selling? Headed to the Bahamas next month and purchased an AB RIB with larger engine. (actually have not bought the engine yet so if anyone knows of an 8hp Yamaha 2 Stroke Enduro or similar please feel free to let us know!

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Re: Baltik 9.5' Inflatable

Looks like a pretty good deal. One question: Does that 2.5 hp plane that dinghy with one person aboard?
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Re: Baltik 9.5' Inflatable

Not even close :-)

It putts along just fine and does the job to and fro the dock and around the anchorage. Very reliable and good for kids or those who are patient (I'm neither)

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