The Mission plastic dinghy is ready to hit the water when you are.
It’s a versatile craft which is great for the family to use in a wide range of locations – lakes, slow rivers and sheltered bays or estuaries.
The clinker-style displacement hull gives the dinghy a large 300kg load capacity, with plenty of freeboard. Designed to carry 2-3 adults, or 2 adults and several children. Three seating positions – front and rear plastic moulded seats, plus a central marine plywood seat. Virtually unsinkable, due to its built-in buoyancy compartments under the front and rear seats.
Light to handle ashore (only 45kg) with two people. To launch or retrieve the dinghy by yourself, fit the optional foldaway wheels for easy trolleying.
Dinghy package includes:
– Two Pelco wood/plastic oars
– Two rowlocks
– 125mm (5 inch) plastic hatch, with mesh bag for storing keys, etc.
If if rowing isn’t your thing, then fit a 2-3hp motor onto the transom. An aluminium clamp-plate is provided for the outboard motor.
Two attachment points at the bow allow this dinghy to be towed as a tender behind a sailing yacht, power launch or commercial vessel, or simply anchored when not in use.
NZ-made quality that you can rely on. The roto-moulded hull is made from UV-protected polythene. It is super tough and incredibly durable. You will have it for years to come, so it’s excellent value for money.
Colours available: White, Yellow, Red, Blue, Green, Camo, Sand Camo, Glacier (teal/white) and Arctic (blue/white)
- Length: 255 cm
- Width: 136 cm
- Depth: 60 cm
- Weight: 45 kg
- Max load: 300 kg
Optional extras which can be factory-fitted for an extra cost:
– Foldaway Wheels (as seen in photos of yellow dinghy)
– Protective stainless steel strip (fastened along the outside keel)
– Railblaza adjustable rod-holder
These optional dinghy accessories can be ordered from the Upgrades section.
Due to its bulky nature, shipping a dinghy is cheaper to North Island city or large town addresses
e.g. Wgtn $95, Hamilton $110, Auckland $150 (rural/small town delivery is extra cost)
Shipping across Cook Strait to the South Island is more expensive – contact Alpha Outdoors for a shipping quote.