I was not familiar with Novuranias so I did a search
Note this "cut" from their warranty certificate:
"B What is Covered - Novurania warrants to the original purchaser of a properly registered Novurania inflatable boat that: (a) all seams of the tubes, inflation valves, and the
fabric used in the construction of the tube shall be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of five (5) years from the original date of purchase; (b) the
Hypalon/Neoprene coated fabric of the tube shall be free from deterioration affecting serviceability (i.e. cracking, porosity, but not discoloration, fading or chaffing) for a period
of five (5) years from the original date of purchase;
The obligation of Novurania of America under this Limited Warranty
is limited to repairing or replacing, as Novurania of America may elect at its sole discretion, any parts that prove, in Novurania's sole judgment, to be defective in material or
workmanship within the time periods specified herein. The judgment of Novurania's factory trained experts is final as to the extent of any liability.
Purchaser shall be liable for all labor expenses and any related costs connected to repairing or replacing a warranted part."
1. Compare to 10 year warranty on Avon Tubes.
2. Purchaser shall be liable for all labor and any related costs to repair or replace a warranted part.
If the boat is top of the line, the warranty is middle of the pack, at best.
Would a boat dealer promote a brand where they might have the best profit margin? Does a wild bear crap in the bush? It may be a good boat but not one that I would pay a premium for, over established brands. It is a yacht tender, which is not necessarily a bad thing, especially if you have a yacht that needs tending!