6′ 7″ Zodiac Cadet Roll Up 200 PVC

$1,380.00

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  • Compact and easy to stow
  • Progressive-diameter buoyancy-tube for improved stability
  • Removable Rowing Seat
  • Outstanding lifespan
  • Capacity: 2 Persons 
  • 5 years factory warranty!

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Compact and easy to stow in a cockpit locker, the CADET holds its own against bigger models. Its progressive-diameter buoyancy-tube provides improved stability. CADETs have an outstanding lifespan and guarantee a high level of safety for their owners (due to the closure of the float welded and to the glued overlap).

Fitting the slatted floor in the Roll Up series simply involves inflating the buoyancy tubes; stowage is just a matter of folding it into its carrying bag, no need to remove the slats.

HULL

  • Removable slats
  • Aluminum engine mounting plate
  • 1 internally-operated bail

BUOYANCY TUBE

  • Strongan™ fabric
  • Easy push valves
  • Handrail
  • 2 oar rests
  • 2 “Safe Clic” swivel oarlocks
  • All-round ribbed rubbing strip
  • Bow handle
  • 2 Stainless steel tow rings
  • Cone reinforcers

Fabric

  • PVC thermobonded

Standard Equipment

  • “Quick release” removable thwart/seat
  • Reinforced aluminum oars + oarlock and locking ring
  • “Modulo” Carrying bag
  • Foot pump
  • Repair Kit
  • Owner’s manual 

Material PVC
Color White/Gray
Length

6′ 7″ / 200cm

Weight (PVC) 44lbs / 20kg
Persons 2
Max horsepower 3 HP
Air chambers 2
Floor type Slats
Beam 4’5″
Tube 14″
Stowed Dimensions 3’3″ x 1’9″ x 11″
Load Capacity 396 lbs  / 180 kg
Weight 60 lbs
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