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Product DescriptionVersatile enough to act as a dinghy, fishing boat, or utility rowboat, the WaterTender 9.4 from KL Industries can easily be transported in the bed of a pickup truck or by trailer. The modified cathedral-style, tri-hull design maximizes stability and interior room, and it meets NMMA and Coast Guard safety standards. Double hull constructed of rugged, UV-stabilized Fortiflex high-density polyethylene. Other features include dual sets of stainless steel oarlock sockets to accommodate center or bow seat rowing positions, molded bench seats, drink holders, and a drain plug (front positioned with outside release).
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Q:Does this have two sets of oarlocks so that two people can row at the same time?Asked on 5/1/2012 by Anonymous
Q:I recently purchased a used water tender, serial number, LLT41460J102. How do I find out the year it was manufactured?
Thank youAsked on 4/25/2012 by Ron from Titusville FL
Q:What size oars does it need and what type oar locks?Asked on 8/9/2010 by Anonymous
A:At least 6 foot long, 6.5 foot is better. the oar locks should have a shaft no larger than .5 inches. the style of oar lock is up to you...Answered on 3/31/2011 by MR from Missouri
Q:Can the boat be used with an outboard motor? If it can be used with a motor whats the hp raiting?Asked on 7/6/2010 by Kanaka from windslow cn
A:5hpAnswered on 2/20/2011 by boater from Franklin Indiana
A:I have this boat and yes, you can use it with no more than a 5 hp motor.Answered on 7/25/2010 by gigi from Pensacola, FL
Q:what size oars do i need for the 9.4 water tenderAsked on 6/26/2010 by noreen from wakefield, ri
A:6 foot at least...6.5 foot is betterAnswered on 3/31/2011 by MR from Missouri
Q:holds how many people and max weight?Asked on 6/12/2010 by Anonymous
3 peopleAnswered on 6/25/2010 by dstollst from WEST BLOOMFIELD, mi
Q:Question, Is this dinghy self bailing? Is the hull a foam core construction with a self bailing drain hole in the bottom of the hull?Asked on 6/3/2010 by James from Queens, New York
A:NOAnswered on 6/23/2010 by JOE from MERRITT ISLAND, FL
A:FOAM CORE there is nowhere for water to gather and nowhere for fumes to gather.
In Mi, the boat meets some pretty interesting requirements. for example no need for Fire extinguisher, also one does not need to worry about transferring invasive species.Answered on 6/25/2010 by dstollst from West Bloomfield, Mi
Q:what size oars are suggested for this boat?Asked on 6/3/2010 by Anonymous