The exciting world of inflatable boats awaits!

Learn about every facet of using inflatable watercraft, so you, your family, and friends can get the most out of this great hobby. From basics to advanced topics, no inflatable boat question goes unanswered on PumpupBoats.com.

Are you new to the world of inflatable boats? Then my Getting Started Guide is for you! You’ll find tips, tricks, and how-to articles to start off right.

Inflatable Boat Reviews

After testing lots of inflatable boats, I decided to write reviews of the ones that were good. You’ll find them here.

Inflatable Kayak Reviews

Inflatable kayaks are in many ways better, then hard shell kayaks. Have a look at the reviews of the best ones.

Motor & Battery Reviews

You can fit an electric trolling motor or even a gasoline outboard on SIBs. These articles will guide you.


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DIY swim ladder for an inflatable boat

Let’s face it. Getting into an inflatable boat in deep water is hard. If you’ve had trouble getting back to your boat after you went for a swim or after accidentally falling into the water, you should…
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10 fun inflatable rafts/boats for your pool

Who wouldn’t want to have fun with the whole family without having to go too far? That’s basically why we have swimming pools in our backyards! Whether you want to throw a party or you just want…
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Best transparent bottom inflatable boats

Clear bottom inflatable boats were first used near the coast of Santa Catalina Island in South California; but, they only started becoming popular after several natural springs became tourist attractions in Florida. This kind of boat is…
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10 tips for buying a used inflatable boat

Brand new inflatable boats can cost hundreds of dollars. Better quality boats cost upwards of $1000. That’s why it is no surprise that more and more people are opting to go for used or second-hand inflatable boats. So…
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Best Trolling Motors for Inflatable Boats [Guide]

Getting an electric trolling motor for your inflatable raft or dinghy is a great upgrade. It makes boating fun for the family, and fishing trips much easier. Choosing an engine to power your SIB can be very…
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Inflatable boat sealant usage guide

Punctures and leaks on inflatable boats are rare, but risky and unpredictable. It is wise to inspect your boat on a regular basis, otherwise you may find yourself on a sinking ship. To check if your dinghy…
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How to find & fix inflatable boat air leak

Inflatable boats are durable, but like any other equipment, proper maintenance is a must to keep your dinghy in good condition. However, accidents do happen. Punctures and leaks are rare, but can be problematic. A slow air…
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