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9'6" Saturn Catamaran

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List price: $1,999.00
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Our brand new customized Saturn inflatable mini-catamaran MC290 is a perfect fit for customers looking for an inflatable tender style inflatable boat under 10' in length. It fills a great void in the dinghy market and is also filling a need for a backpack style inflatable boat with the commercial grade material to stand up to the test of saltwater, rocks, sand, UV rays, and gear.

It is absolutely perfect as a small pond/lake fishing boat with much greater versatility than a pontoon boat. Our patented drop-stitch core floor makes it extremely stable with the added ability to support up to 4 adults. This infltable boat will truly cruise with just an electric motor which is the recommended motor type. It will support a small outboard motor but the lightweight design and low draft profile can make the boat scream which is not what it is intended for.


Boat Specification

Air Chambers:
2 + 1
Carrying Handles:
High-Pressure Air floor
Inside Width:
Max Capacity:
900 lbs
Max Outboard Motor:
9.9 HP
Nylon Carrying Bag:
Included Standard
Overall Width:
Packing Size:
45" x 24" x 13"
2 Oars
Passenger Capacity:
Rubber Strake Protection:
Included Standard
Total Weight (Incl. Floor):
90 lbs
Tube Diameter:
Halkey Roberts Type
2-Year Included
Weight (Floor):
8 lbs
Gary Marquez
I bought a Saturn 10' Cat Dinghy. It was fantastic in style, handling, weight. It lasted me a little over 4 yrs before it started to come apart.
To be fair. I used it every weekend ! I loaded it into the trunk of my car. Then unloaded from my trunk, blow it up & in the water for less than 10 minutes. I plan to buy another one in the next few months.
Harold Pogue
I couldn't believe how much better this performs than my traditional West Marine Zodiac Zoom. With the same 6hp on both the Zoom could hardly planes while the Saturn got up easily even with another person.
Getting on and off at beaches is great for my wife with poor knees. She just walks on and off and doesn't even get her feet wet!
I noted the Zoom took about 2-3 knots towed behind my sailboat. The Saturn takes so much less than 1 knot it's hard to measure. It also tracks much better between prop wakes on my power boat.
Going on my 3rd season without and leaks or problems.