The process of mounting and dismounting the dinghy Gibsy M 210 is as simple as possible. The main work on pumping up the chambers of the body and the floor is performed by an electric pump.
You don't have to bother with setting the floor relative to the sides and pumping. The high pressure inflatable floor is evenly inflated into the spacer of the hull chambers to form a keel-shaped bottom with the following advantages:
- rigidity of the floor in combination with a rigid transom and fully inflated chambers of the hull with a diameter of 36 cm provide sufficient reliability of the structure as a whole, which guarantees excellent gliding of the boat;
- significantly improves the maneuverability and ensures the stability of the given course thanks to the keel-shaped bottom;
- the mechanical rigidity of the boat and the keel-shaped bottom make it possible to improve speed characteristics while maintaining stability on waves in sheltered waters;
- not only installation and dismantling, but also transportation is greatly simplified: when folded, the boat is placed in a bag, and then - in the trunk of a car or yacht box, and in an inflated state - on the roof of a car, camper or on the transom of a vessel.
Every detail of the Dinghy Gibsy M 210 is evidence of how the developers care about your safety on the water. During the manufacturing process of the hull and the floor, a three-layer PVC textile is used, the middle layer of which is polyester. This material does not allow moisture to pass through, is resistant to aggressive environments, for example, to technical oils, as well as to adverse atmospheric phenomena: ultraviolet radiation, temperature changes. It does not stretch, does not wear out.
Properties of marine plywood from which a rigid transom is made are impressive too: strength equal to the strength of a steel sheet of the same thickness, resistance to moisture due to bakelite impregnation of layers, resistance to rot and mold.
Recommended engine power for the Gibsy M 210 is 3 hp.
Features of Dinghy Gibsy model M 210
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