Dubbed the "ultimate sea toy," the Seakart 335 was recently on show at the Cannes Yachting Festival Boat Show and the Monaco Yacht Show. The smart looking inflatable boat is available in two versions that can seat three or five passengers.

The Seakart 335 is a compact watercraft that is small enough to be towed on a standard jetski trailer and offers the versatility to cruise over shallow or deep waters. The Seakart 335 has been designed to merge the fun of a jetski with the comfort and safety of a tender.

"It might be small, but it's an aggressive craft offering boating without limits," says Seakart.

The 3.5 m (11.5 ft) long recreational boat is 2 m (6.56 ft) wide and features a carbon pallet with steering wheel, streamline dive nose and 63 L (16.6 gal) fuel tank. Powered by a Yamaha 110 CV or 180 CV engine, the watercraft offers fun speeds, relative comfort and safety features. The craft is said to be easy to operate and handle and is capable of towing a wakeboard or water ski.

"Besides world-class quality and optimum safety, top-notch performance is a priority for us," says Seakart. "It's for this reason we've chosen to power our tender with an economic and reliable Yamaha jet engine. Whether you're accelerating to achieve maximum speed or slowing down to explore the ocean and surrounding scenery, the Seakart 335 guarantees a fast, fun thrill."

On board the Seakart 335 passengers are seated two at the bow and three across the stern, or just three across the stern on the three-seater model. The boat is designed to cope with rough or calm waters and will not flip like a jetski. In the event of something going wrong, the craft features fiberglass parts and inflated tubes around the core of the craft, creating a protective barrier and providing safety and piece of mind to all passengers on board.

Standard Features include:

  • Under seat storage
  • 12 V DC socket
  • Removable sealed upholstered seating
  • Piped deck drains
  • Automatic fire extinguisher
  • Speedometer
  • RPM gauge with digital hour meter
  • Fuel gauge
  • Behind steering wheel paddle accelerator
  • Bathing ladder

Custom options include:

  • Custom colored inflatable tubes
  • Custom upholstery
  • An embroidered boat name on the seat backrest
  • Colored moldings
  • Carbon parts
  • LED deck lights
  • Underwater lights
  • Black dashboard inlay with carbon fiber effect
  • VHF radio
  • Fusion MP3

The Seakart 335 is priced from approximately €35,000 (about US$41,167) and can be delivered anywhere in the world, with one year worldwide warranty. Good for summer time adventures with the whole family or friends, the craft is available in several color options. Alternatively, it can be used as a yacht tender and can be customized to match the design and colors of a yacht accordingly.

Sources: Seakart and Deckside

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