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Old 20 June 2011, 10:42   #1
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SIB Storage bag

Just bought my new SIB 380 Ali deck

I am in the unfortunate position of having to pack/unpack everytime.

The SIB only came with one carry bag for the boat itself which leaves the floor, oars, wheels, lifejacket, pump etc loose!!!!

This just anoys me more than anything and means more trips to and from the shed!!

I have searched and searched the net and have only found one SIB carry bag which is for sale on ebay in aus and will cost stupid money to deliver.

The manufacturer of the SIB says the same thing, cost alot to deliver!

Any ideas on where the hell i can get one from?

Thanks.
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Old 20 June 2011, 10:51   #2
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Just bought my new SIB 380 Ali deck

I am in the unfortunate position of having to pack/unpack everytime.

The SIB only came with one carry bag for the boat itself which leaves the floor, oars, wheels, lifejacket, pump etc loose!!!!

This just anoys me more than anything and means more trips to and from the shed!!

I have searched and searched the net and have only found one SIB carry bag which is for sale on ebay in aus and will cost stupid money to deliver.

The manufacturer of the SIB says the same thing, cost alot to deliver!

Any ideas on where the hell i can get one from?

Thanks.
Do yourself a favour and invest in a trailer instead! Makes life a whole lot easier during the summer when I'm assuming it's going to get the most use, then store away in the winter.

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Old 20 June 2011, 14:40   #3
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IBS do them - Kit bags, page 10:

http://www.ibs-boats.co.uk/download/...talogue-08.pdf

With price list here:

http://www.ibs-boats.co.uk/download/...icelist-11.pdf

I'm not sure if IBS sell direct - I think I bought through Seamark Nunn:

Seamark Nunn.com Discount Marine Equipment

There is an IBS dealer list here:

http://www.ibs-boats.co.uk/download/...202010.doc.pdf

Cheers

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Old 23 June 2011, 09:20   #4
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Pick up a cheap luggage trolley/sports holdall, new or secondhand.got mine from a boot fair 3.
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We have got a few, what sort of size do you want?

Original Quicksilver bags, not expensive as they are left over from our previous demo boats.
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There is an IBS dealer list
That list is next to useless, there will be lots of companies (like us) that have been stocking and selling IBS stuff for years and are not on there. That is only people who have a territory and who carry fairly high minimum numbers of entire boats.
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I would go with the Zodiac type that fold out flat & have compression straps to make it as small as possible makes life much easier!
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Old 23 June 2011, 14:08   #8
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Thanks for the replies.

I need the zip style with carry handles, like the ones you get with small air deck sibs.

I need it to put the oars, floor, seats, pump, life jackets and all the other bits in.

Needs to be no smaller than 130 x 80 x 30.
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Needs to be no smaller than 130 x 80 x 30.
I am pretty sure we have a zip up one to suit, stand by...
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We have a floor bag, but it is only about 6" wide. There would be room for oars and possibly lifejackets but I do not think the pump would fit.
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