, perhaps. I got this for $450 on Craigslist last summer, though I've painted it since then. We'll tow it behind the Hunter
I looked into PVC and hypalon dinghies of various configurations and came to the conclusion that build quality is inconsistent for all manufacturers. If you ask around there are wildly differing personal accounts of dinghy lifespan and they appear to me to be mostly unrelated to purchase price
. They hypalon ones do last longer than PVC, usually, though again there are some early failures.
is consistently poor.
That's one of the main reasons I opted out.