Tributary 13 HD Self-Bailing Rafts
Item: 87107.02 | Product Details »
- Now with a sporty new look and beefier 42 oz./2000 denier PVC material.
- The two thwarts install with cam straps anywhere along the inside of the boat.
- 7-8 paddlers can have great fun in the 13 HD, or you can take the thwarts out and install a rowing frame.
- The welded PVC outer shell seams and the internal urethane bladders are the foundation of this highly durable self-bailing raft.
- Zippered tubes allow easy access to the urethane bladders in case repairs are needed.
- Lace-in floor bails water quickly for a safe ride.
- Four main tube air chambers provide a safety margin in case of an accident.
- 10 D-rings for frame and gear tiedown and four handles for an easy carry.
- 5-year retail warranty, 1-year commercial.
|Diminishing Tube Diameter:||17"/17"|
|Number of Thwarts:||2|
|Number of Air Chambers:||7|
|Valve Type:||Leafield - B7|
|Type of Material:||PVC|
|Weight/Denier of Tube Material:||42/2000|
|Weight/Denier of Floor Material:||42/2000|
|Number of D-rings:||10|
|Number of Handles:||4|
|Center Compartment Width:||40"|
|Suggested NRS Frame Width:||60"|
|Maximum Frame Length:||65"|
|Warranty:||5 Years Retail, 1 Years Commercial|
AIRE, featuring our all new Tributary line up! Not every boater is on the river 50-plus days a year, like guides and professionals who need well-built boats that can take a beating year after year. Chances are you wont put your own boat through those kinds of paces, but you still, of course, want a high quality craft. This is why we created the Tributary line. Made from high quality materials using designs proven in big water.
Do you have questions about this product?
Get answers from real customers and in-house experts with AnswerBox.
- Tributary 13 HD Self-Bailing Rafts
Q:We would like to use this raft or something similar for fisheries research. With the self-bailing floor, how would they stand up to standing on with cleated wading boots. Would it be susceptible to puncture?Asked on 1/26/2017 by Bull Trout Nerd from Alberta
The bails are located below the side walls, so the floor is a standard surface. Plenty of support. That being said when I was guiding trips we always ran a floor mat with cleated boots to prevent puncture and not wear it down over time.
The floor is very abrasion resistant, but studs get jagged from rocks over time. Run the welcome mats from home depot and this boat will kick butt. I've been more than happy how shallow it runs.Answered on 1/26/2017 by rtruax17 from undisclosed