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Old 29 July 2011, 08:15   #1
Country: UK - England
Town: Sturminster Newton
Boat name: WoohDog
Make: Barrus
Length: 3m +
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Prowave Sport Aero

Has any got one of these, or had one in the past? They seem like a bit of a bargain, with all the free stuff they give you. Getting launch wheels thrown in seems like a hell of a bargain.

Before I splash out my hard earned cash on one though, I'd like to hear about the areo deck on them. Are they as good as portrayed? Do they hold up well as a rigid floor?

My budget is pretty much £700, and these seem to be the best choice (its the launch wheels thrown in thats sold it really). I don't really want to go for a second hand boat as I've been burned in the past, I want the piece of mind that a brand new boat with no pesky holes will give. Having said that, I'm keeping my eyes open still for an aerotec!

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Old 29 July 2011, 13:33   #2
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Boat name: SIBotage
Make: Prowave
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Hi mate, I had the Prowave 320 air deck and it served me well.
I was never able to compare it to anything but I did see a excel inflatable when I was out once and they looked very much the same except for the badge.

It was the free stuff that made me purchase one.

I have now upgraded to the Prowave aluminium floor because in my opinion the ali floors are so much better.
In summary I've had 2 prowaves and they both have been superb.

Good luck with the SIB hunt.
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