KIT, ZODIAC (Mark 3 Grand Raid), 8-9 persons

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KIT, ZODIAC (Mark 3 Grand Raid), 8-9 persons


Inflatable dinghy with outboard engine, for transporting up to 9 persons on a river, lake or calm sea.

Intended for emergency situations: flood, evacuation of teams, or exploratory missions.



  • Model: Zodiac Mark 3 Grand Raid
  • Payload: 1200 kg
  • Passengers: 9 maximum
  • Diameter of floats: 57 cm
  • Floor dimensions: 90 x 340 cm
  • Length: 4.5 m
  • Width: 2.05 m
  • Weight: 81 kg
  • Equipped with handles for transportation and passenger security
  • Supplied with pump and 2 paddles


  • Yamaha code: HMOS 40
  • Petrol, 2 stroke, "autolube", 3 cylinders
  • Cylinder capacity: 698 cc
  • RPM: 5000
  • Power: 29,8 kW; 40 hp
  • Fuel tank capacity: 24 litre
  • Autonomy: 1h30
  • Height of the engine supporting board: 42 cm
  • Minimal water depth: 30 cm
  • Weight: 71 kg
  • Manual start
  • Direct drive with steering bar (no wheel)

Instructions for use

Kit supplied with instructions manuals (boat and engine).

The length of the propeller shaft does NOT depend on the navigation conditions, but on the level at which the propeller must be in relation to the bottom of the boat, as indicated in the manual.

The engine must be secured to the boat by a cable and shackle.

Operating a boat is difficult and should be entrusted to an experienced person. The driver must attach the emergency cord (circuit breaker) to his wrist.

One person must be responsible of the boat to ensure it is permanently in good working order.

One should foresee the following additional equipment according to the context: fuel, food, drinking water, flares, siren, lights + spare batteries, compass, maps, ropes, machete, watertight containers, etc.

After a sea trip, the engine should be rinsed with fresh water.

Do not fold the boat before it is completely dry.

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