These inflatable boats make it super easy to transport SEALs to and from beaches, rivers, bigger ships, and other areas. CRRCs have a lot of advantages over other boats for this task. For one, they are relatively lightweight. They can also be deflated and stowed at a remarkably small size.
What is an inflatable rubber boat called?
Inflatable Rescue Boats (IRBs) are rubber boats with an outboard motor used in surf lifesaving. IRBs have been used for all forms of surf rescue, retrieval, and service by Surf Lifesaving in New Zealand, Australia, and Del Mar, California since the late 1980s.
Are inflatable boats worth buying?
They’re incredibly versatile and offer a surprising number of advantages over traditional hard-hulls. Inflatable boats are cost-effective and offer high performance and reliability that you can’t find in other types of vessels.