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“I grew up on boats and saw how peo­ple strug­gled with a ten­der that was ei­ther too heavy to lift onto their boat or too un­sta­ble when un­load­ing pro­vi­sions and pas­sen­gers.” Rod Daw­son, owner of True Kit Step into a True Kit in­flat­able and dis­cover a ten­der that’s been de­signed and con­structed to do the job you al­ways thought a ten­der should be able to do. The ‘cat’ de­sign is in­cred­i­bly sta­ble, you can even stand on one of the pon­toons and the boat stays flat on the wa­ter. Fill up the gen­er­ous deck of the Nav­i­ga­tor with stores and pas­sen­gers and ev­ery­thing is eas­ily passed onto your yacht or launch with none of the wob­bling you get with a V-hull. And be­cause True Kits are amaz­ingly light it’s a breeze to lift your ten­der out of the wa­ter, which is where you dis­cover an­other ben­e­fit of that sta­ble cat de­sign, it stows flat on the deck. Or for more deck space, de­flate and fold up your True Kit, it only takes min­utes to in­flate it again. Plus, th­ese low-weight cats de­liver an ex­hil­a­rat­ing ride and will plane eas­ily with a small, light­weight out­board, and the twin pon­toons en­sure max­i­mum sta­bil­ity when you’re zip­ping about the bay. You’ll find th­ese in­flat­a­bles easy to han­dle for all the fam­ily and if you’re swim­ming the scoop-front of the Dis­cov­ery model makes get­ting out of the wa­ter easy. True Kit in­flat­a­bles have been de­signed to do a great job, and they’re con­structed to last, with top qual­ity Ger­man fab­ric, welded seams for dura­bil­ity, NZ made fit­tings and the con­fi­dence of a 5-year guar­an­tee. To see the full range visit

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