Dinghies: A dinghy is a type of small boat, often carried or towed by a larger vessel. Utility dinghies are usually rowboats or have a small outboard motor. Most modern dinghies are inflatable and are made of synthetic materials.

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Functional Description:

Inflatable dinghies allow ease of storage and transport due to the small size when deflated.  Inflatable dinghies can be manufactured from several types of materials.  These are PVC detex nitrilon polyester, EPDM (Ethylene-propylene-diene) rubber, hypalon, neoprene, polyurethane and natural rubber.  The seams on an inflatable dinghy are normally heat welded.  Some inflatable dinghies can have a polycarbonate viewing panel.

English Terminology: inflatable dinghies, dinghy, PVC detex nitrilon polyester, EPDM (Ethylene-propylene-diene) rubber, hypalon, neoprene, polyurethane, natural rubber

French Terminology: canots pneumatiques, dériveurs, polyester PVC nitrilon dtex, EPDM (éthylène-propylène-diène) en caoutchouc, hypalon, néoprène, polyuréthane, caoutchouc naturel

German Terminology: Schlauchboote, Jollen, PVC Detex Nitrilon Polyester, EPDM (Ethylen-Propylen-Dien)-Kautschuk, Hypalon, Neopren, Polyurethan, Naturkautschuk


Spanish Terminology: botes inflables, botes, PVC, poliéster nitrilon detex, EPDM (etileno-propileno-dieno) de goma, hypalon, neopreno, poliuretano, caucho natural