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check out this cool boat from IPB.

BASE HULL $5,200

Front & Rear Deck $450 Each
Bench $350
Poling Platform $485
Locker Box $500
Coffin Box $500

MANY other custom features available!

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Length-16'
Beam- 6'
HP- 25-50hp
Max Capacity- 4 People
Tiller, Center Console, Side, Can All Be Done...

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this one's half the price Native Skiff
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What excellent value, this will get a lot more people on the water, great tender too I dare say.

Any idea on draft with normal load ?
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this one's half the price Native Skiff

One could also say it's twice the boat...LOL
Example: Rated up to a 50hp, 4 peeps or 900lbs. , vacuum infused and made w/VE resin instead of poly, unsinkable build as the whole boat is foam injected...
laslty it's 16' w/a 6' beam fully finished interior and draft is 4-6" & twice the stability...


There's a boat for everyone at different prices as well.... :O)
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What excellent value, this will get a lot more people on the water, great tender too I dare say.

Any idea on draft with normal load ?

Very true and we already have two on order as tenders for yachts. If you see one of these you'll love the finish and the versitility it gives as well...
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brad and kevin brought the IPB over yesterday so seadek tyler and i could check it out in person. BoldWater does work for ecc and IPB so i'm not going to spew a bunch of hype on the skiff and push it down everyone's throat. My opinion of the skiff is: it was much bigger then i thought it was going to be. it's fully injected, very solid. the boat is open and clean. price is affordable. looking forward to wet test next week to see how it runs and poles.

Some more specs i got yesterday that are not up on their website.

dead rise in stern is 5.5 degrees

completed hull/deck/liner weight is 380lbs.

max rated for 5 peeps or 900lbs.

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Hi All,

I heard that Chittam fella ordered 50 hulls from I P B.
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Nice skiff. Is that rear bench storage or for the removable gas tank?
Looking forward to Derek and Tyler's report.

P.S. Kevin, are you wearing capris or are your legs just that short?
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P.S. Kevin, are you wearing capris or are your legs just that short?
I think they are that short


Sweet looking ride...like the storage box under the rear deck
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Nice skiff. Is that rear bench storage or for the removable gas tank?
Looking forward to Derek and Tyler's report.

P.S. Kevin, are you wearing capris or are your legs just that short?
sweat pant capris no less.
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