On the bludge-inflatable dinghy

 Easter-weather permitting we are heading to Port Gregory then Wallabies and perhaps North Island.
Doing the Batavia thing with the kids but last time we found it too hard to get to West Wallaby without a dinghy.
Just wondering if anyone has a small inflatable they might loan?
I have a 4hp outboard (bought from Mr Eziliving) a couple of years back but the small poly dinghy I have may not really be suitable.

My daughter is driving up for the trip on the 28th/29th 

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ranmar850's picture

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I just bought one.

Sat, 2018-03-17 17:30

 it's in Kalbarri, 2.4 m with a transom and hard floor, rolls up into a bag. got it as a tender for the coming boat. PM me if you are interested.

JohnF's picture

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 Rob i have the old 2.7 m

Sat, 2018-03-17 20:50

 Rob

 

i have the old 2.7 m inflatable with ridged floor off the old mans Rivierra you can have for free. It’s a bit rough and too heavy for the old man to move about so I got him a little 2.4 m infltable flooe jobbie that is lite but handles like a bucket of porridge. 

 

It is at the mindarie marina, with ores and a bench seat that goes across. 

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Sat, 2018-03-17 21:21

 flicked you's messages, cheers guys!

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The older you get the more you realize that no one has a f++king clue what they're doing.

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