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11' Saturn Inflatable Boat

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The new 2024 Saturn 11' Dinghy model with the "Triton" series improvements are now in stock! The Triton Series upgrades represent over $400 additional value AND a 3-year warranty. You simply cannot beat the value you receive for the upgraded PVC construction ($75 value), heat-welded seam technology ($150 value), Leafield D7 inflation valves ($80 value), and an extended 3-year warranty ($100 value). The boat technical specifications are nearly identical between the Triton model (TR330) and our standard version (SD330). These Triton series improvements incorporate the newest technologies in inflatable boat construction and provide an incredible value for those looking to put their boat to the test. If available, this option will be listed under the "Model" selection.

New 2020 11' Saturn Dinghy (Dark Grey)Our best SATURN Boat seller the 11' Saturn Dinghy Tender is a fan favorite! Its’ size makes it perfect for all types of leisure activities from picnicking and fishing on your local lake to gliding over big swells in the open ocean while seeking your elusive catch. It’s a favorite of our sailing community because it can easily be loaded and unloaded onto a sailboat deck and is a perfect transport to remote locations where only inflatable boats can go. A small electric motor can quickly move you around the lake while a 15 HP outboard can turn this sport boat into an absolute speedster.11' Saturn SD330 Inflatable Boat Specifications

Thrill seekers will fall in love with the agility and performance of the 11' Saturn Dinghy Tender. Its size makes it perfect to get you to and from in the blink of an eye. Tough, durable, lightweight and stable; this boat is ideal for all types of activities including cruising, diving, fishing and enjoying our beautiful oceans, lakes and rivers. The upgraded marine grade wood floor (optional based on availability) makes it a workhorse boat naturally suited for fishing, diving and hunting. The standard drop-stich inflatable air floor is by far the most popular based on the pressure rating of over 6 psi and the maximum portability it provides.

With its simple setup, the 11' Saturn Dinghy Tender can have you and your family get off the couch and onto the water in minutes. It breaks down into a perfect size to fit in the trunk and takes less than 10 minutes to inflate. Fully inflated, the size is perfect for the roof of your car or truck. Without the need for a trailer your family will love the extra space in the garage. This inflatable boat is simply one of the best values on the inflatable boat market and is the perfect way to enjoy the many sporting activities found on our waters across the world.

The 11' Saturn Dinghy Tender can handle up to 5 persons and comfortably seats 3 adults and 1 child. It supports an outboard motor of up to 15 HP (short shaft) but will plane and manage effectively with a 9.9 HP motor. An electric motor can also be used to move the boat around your local lake at a good pace.

The 11' Saturn Dinghy Tender inflatable boat is made with our standard 1,100 Dtex PVC with a high density polyester fabric. It has excellent resistance to tearing, tension, abrasion and puncture. The heavy-duty outer PVC layer helps protect against UV rays, ozone and abrasion while the inner layers provide additional strength and support. The double layers of fabric at the bottom of the tubes and rub-strake protector along the keel provide extra protection from sharp rocks and abrasive sand. The pressure relief valve will prevent excessive air pressure in the boats chambers.

Additional New Features Include:

• Three carrying handles.

• Three separate internal air chambers plus one inflatable keel chamber.

• One-way drain valve with plug.

• All around, durable rubber strike.

• Pressure relief valve to prevent over inflation.

• Front D-ring with integral lifting handle.

• Upgraded D7 style inflation valves.

• Double layer of fabric at the bottom of tubes.

• Deep inflatable V-keel with a rub strake protector helps the boat plane easily.

• Drop-stitch airdeck inflatable floor.

• Lightweight and strong aluminum seat benches.

• Extremely rigid, lightweight inflatable hull for excellent performance.

• Heavy-duty marine grade plywood transom for outboard motor.

• Boat keel is protected by rubbing strake protection.

• Included Accessories: repair kit, carrying bag and 2 paddles.

• Free generic single action hand pump is included.

Boat Specification

Air Chambers:
3 + 1 + 1
Carrying Handles:
High-Pressure Air floor
Inside Length:
Inside Width:
Max Capacity:
1210 lbs
Max Outboard Motor:
15 HP (short shaft)
Nylon Carrying Bag:
Included Standard
Overall Width:
Packing Size:
47" x 26" x 13"
2 Included (Aluminum)
Passenger Capacity:
Rubber Strake Protection:
Included Standard
Total Weight (Incl. Floor):
105 lbs (Air Floor) - Add 10-15 lbs for Triton Model
Tube Diameter:
Leafield Valves (Triton Upgrade) or NARU Valves (Standard Model)
2-Year (3-Year with Triton)
Weight (Floor):
15 lbs (Air)
Speed (Approx.):
17 mph (10HP w/2 adults)
Stainless Steel D-Rings:
2 + 1 Front Stainless Steel Handle
Perry Klein
Was just working on the boat a couple of days ago. I’m stuck at work for another 2.5 weeks. Work away from home so hard to get pics of the boat (11' Saturn Dinghy) in action. Wanted to share some old ones from my iPad (attached). When I get home I’ll shoot you some more specific feedback and pics of the boat and how it’s doing.
Michael O'Quin
I purchased my Saturn from a Costco road show in May of 2014 for use as a dingy on our 41' Morgan Out Island sail boat. I also got a cover for it and dingy wheels. In July 2015 we sailed under the Golden Gate bridge and turned left.

The Saturn has been our "car" ever since. It got one year hard use every day while we were at anchor. With the dingy wheels down and a short shaft outboard we would just power onto the beach. The wheels didn't allow the prop to touch. This has been a very reliable purchase.

We have had a couple of problems. There is a piece of plywood that goes under the blow up floor. This should be fiberglassed as it got wet and cracked down the middle.

The other problem is the cover. While it has protected the dingy well the sun in the southern baja has caused the material to get brittle and recently while at anchor during the normal winds at night the cover self destructed. Here is a picture

All in all we are very pleased with our purchase. We do treat it with 303 every 6 months and keep it out of the water when at anchor.
John R.
After I retired, my wife and I moved into a condo near the beach. I love the new place, but I had to sell my old boat because I don’t have a yard to keep it in anymore, and docking it costs too much. I was planning to join one of those boat rental clubs where you pay a monthly fee and then you can use the boats. I really like owning my own boat, but I didn’t think I had a choice. Then I came across and my problems were solved. I bought an SD330 inflatable boat, and now I just keep it in the trunk of my car! Imagine that, a boat in the trunk of your car?
Conn Wilson
I'm very impressed. As long as this little boat can stand the test of time, I don't really see how you can go wrong in terms of performance. I installed a 1986 Johnson 15hp two stroke engine and the performance is outstanding. I was a bit worried about an air floor, but after owning this, I'm no longer concerned. Very smooth at cruising speed. Smooth enough for my 5 year old daughter to fall asleep and a cup of lemonade to remain upright on the seat. (see attached video under Product Video Tab)
Earle W. Passaic
I bought my Saturn SD330 inflatable boat in the spring or late winter 2011, through careful research I compared it to all other inflatable boats i.e. Zodiac, Avon, Archilles and such, but they were way out of my price range and by accident I stumbled upon the website. I read the reviews of other Saturn owners, who also owned these big name brands like Zodiac and such and as they compared their Saturn inflatable boats to those brands it seems they prefer the Saturn much more. For me the Saturn was an affordable way to start boating, I live in an apartment, so I have no driveway or garage to store a hard boat, this is where Saturn came in, affordability, easy to store and quality drove me to the Saturn. Though I wanted a much bigger boat for my family of 6, it was a little beyond my price range.

I’m an avid fisherman, but I find it inconvenient to fish from a pier or the shore, I wanted to go where the fish was and not wait for the fish to come where I was. The previous year, my wife and I, drove down the NJ shore and fished off a pier, we did not catch anything. First the place I bought my rigs sold rigs with dull hooks and the crowd on the pier was annoying to say the least. Tangled line with other fishermen was a problem for me. Not so this year.

I first tested my new Saturn dinghy on a local reservoir, arrived at the launch site, inflated my Saturn with the High Pressure Pump that I had purchased separately and launched out into the water. I must say what a difference, I fished one section of the reservoir and did not even get a bite, moved along to another section and starting catching fish, I mounted a 55lb thrust trolling motor to my Saturn and had no problems moving from spot to spot. When I feel crowded by other boaters, I will move to a different spot with ease. This to me is a great advantage as an angler. I’m currently looking for a small outboard gas motor so that I can fish in the estuaries down the shore. My Saturn can handle up to a 15 hp outboard motor.

I’m looking forward to this Spring, I’m taking her out on a clamming trip to the lower Navesink river in Red Bank, N.J. to start my year out on the bay. Then later on when the water warms up, we will do some crabbing. My Saturn has opened up so many wonderful opportunities for me, I’m really happy with my Saturn, this boat is tough as Kevlar. And I believe that if I take care of my Saturn it will last for years to come.

The only down side to my Saturn SD330 inflatable boat is it’s not big enough for my whole family. So to solve that problem, I would take the boys (age 12 and 14) fishing, then I would take my girls (ages 14 and 15) on another day, so everyone will have a turn on the water. Most of all when the kids are in school, my wife and I would go out on our trip. Fishing, crabbing and clamming is what we are about. Thanks to, I’ve realized a long-time dream of owning my own boat!
Marc Neal
Great little boat! Just bought this boat. Very good quality. Easy for one person to handle. Performs, well with 9.9 outboard. Great product at a great price. Highly recommended.
Ross Neuman
Good Deal - Nice boat good deal have not use it yet, waiting for the weather to break it's ben hard to cool
River Trophy Outfitters
Hey Guys, been wanting to get you some pics but been slacking. Anyway, I have 3 of your saturn rafts and absolutely love them. Best value for anything I have ever purchased. I have 2 rafts for my company and everybody comments on how great they look and ride. I also have a
Dinghy that I use for personal use on the New River. It is a fish
catching machine and one of the best setups on the New River. Thanks for a great product at a great price. I'll be buying a 3rd raft soon!
Paul Coggins
I bought my Saturn 11 and put a 9.9 on it last year. It has been a good boat and we have been very happy. My wife love running the back waters of the Mississippi and watching the wildlife. Our friends are always borrowing it for a “dinghy” ride. It has held up well and performs as you described.
Steve Owens
My name is Steve Owens and I've had a Saturn 11' inflatable raft since November 2007. I love my boat. It's the perfect introductory boat or 1st boat because its small and easy to manuver. The best feature is that it's extremely compact. I don't even have a trailer. I carry it in the back of my mini-van. I just inflate/deflate for every use and roll it up. It takes me about 15 -20 mins to inflate with the pump that comes with the boat. I also have a small 8HP Honda Engine to power my inflatable. That also fits in the back of my van, so this is literally a "boat in a bag".

The quality of the boat is extremely high. In the three years that I've had it, I've never had a problem. It's also very stable in the water. I live in Miami, FL and I use my Saturn Inflatable in the ocean. I've unintentially rigorously tested my Saturn inflatable in rough seas. We were being slamed by 4-foot high whitecaps from the side. To my surprise, the boat didn't capsize. These waves were so strong that we had to hold on tight in order to avoid being swept out of the boat. The worst thing that happened was that the boat then became like a "hot tub" because it was full of water. It was fun. Any other boat would have sank. But the inflatable has 5 air tube compartments that kept us and the engine afloat. The water eventually drained out thanks to the one-way drain plug. But first we had to get back into the bay where the waters were calm.

I've had a lot of fun with my Saturn Inflatable and I'd recommend it to anyone who loves the outdoors. Miami is really a great area to have a boat. I've been all over the Biscayne Bay, intercoastal, and the coastline. I've seen wild dolphins up close and all types of great marine life. If you live near a river or big lake, I'm sure you'll have just as much fun with a boat like mine.

Happy boating Capt'n! Enjoy the outdoors!