Dingy specs for old new dingy

 We have been looking for the specs on our new old dingy and we think this may be it.
We found this old web ad.


Achilles LSI Series




Model
Length
Beam
Tube diameter
Weight
Capacity (people)
Max HP/Weight
Air chambers
LSI-77
7'7"
4'9"
15.5"
60
2 (770lbs)
4/55
2+Floor
LSI-88
8'8"
4'9"
15.5"
63
4 (920lbs)
6/66
2+keel+floor
LSI-96
9'6"
5'2"
17"
73
4 (1150lbs)
8/84
2+keel+floor
LSI-104
10'4"
5'2"
17"
77
4 (1230lbs)
10/88
2+keel+floor
LSI-112
11'2"
5'6"
18"
91
5 (1620lbs)
15/99
3+keel+floor
LSI-122
12'2"
5'6"
18"
113
6 (1740lbs)
25/143
4+keel+floor




 The transom was coated with fiberglass in 2004 so ours must be pre-2004 model.
On the transom plate the model seems to be LSI-112




LSI boats are the only inflatable tenders made with Hypalon®-reinforced high-pressure air floors. When you consider the abuse decks take from scrapes, the sun, saltwater and even oil and gasoline, it makes sense to have the toughest material available to protect them - and that is Hypalon®. So Achilles' remarkable AirFirmT floors are not only incredibly lightweight and rigid, they are also the most durable you will find.

Thousands of polyester threads make Achilles air floors super firm. The additional support of an air keel not only increases floor rigidity, it also enhances overall performance. With large tube diameters, LSI tenders carry heavy loads despite their lightweight.



2004 LSI SERIES (WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE LSI77) FEATURE A NEW V-SHAPED FIBERGLASS COATED TRANSOM.






Standard Features Include:
  • Hypalon®/Neoprene reinforced fabric
  • Hypalon drop stitch AirFirmT FloorsAchilles LSI Series
  • Air keel (except LSI-77)
  • Fold-down, locking oar system
  • Two-piece break down aluminum oars & oar holders
  • Full-length rubbing strake
  • Removeable wood rowing seat
  • Carry bag
  • Foot pump w/ pressure gauge
  • Towing rings and bow d-ring
  • Protective transom motor clamp
  • Lifeline
  • Maintenance kit
  • Five year limited warranty

Reality


This may be a little lagre for us but it is hard to go down in size!









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