1975 Dunlop C-Craft inflatable boats brochures

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1975 Dunlop C-Craft inflatable boats brochures

Postby bigminiandy » Fri Nov 16, 2012 12:24 am

When I collected my Mercury 7.5hp outboard I also had the C-Craft C100 which the guy had bought new in 1975. He passed me the brochures he had when he bought it too.

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Will possibly take the dinghy to CMBA events so if anybody wants to try out their outboards (under 10hp) they'd be more than welcome. There are a lot of our members that have collectible outboards that don't see the light of day but this could offer the chance of something suitable to start them on.
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Re: 1975 Dunlop C-Craft inflatable boats brochures

Postby Rapier » Fri Nov 16, 2012 5:43 pm

Can imagine has been looked after .. and with it's solid transom can take more weight than the Zodiac Zed I bought below and it looks like it'll plane easily too! Would like to do a short pub run for anyone with classic kickers; I know the Seagull owners do rallies, so maybe we could organise a Thames run in the summer.
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Re: 1975 Dunlop C-Craft inflatable boats brochures

Postby bigminiandy » Fri Nov 16, 2012 6:48 pm

Once the Merc 7.5hp is running I'll get it blown up and take some photos. It's rated for 10hp. It has the two large tube and a small one up the middle under the wooden floor to provide a bit of a V shape to the hull.

As I said I'll take to CMBA meet if any body has a motor they'd like to run. :wot:


The Zodiac looks mint. Is that a Johnson 3hp on the back?
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Re: 1975 Dunlop C-Craft inflatable boats brochures

Postby mick-64 » Fri Apr 25, 2014 8:33 pm

hello :wot:

I have just been given a 1985 dunlop maxi inflatable boat...

It looks like the c craft one ^^^....

Is there anywhere I can buy a good glue to repair the trim and possibly do a patch...?

also tried to google it, but no results and no pictures ,am I putting the wrong words in ? dunlop maxi inflatable.. :hmmm:
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Re: 1975 Dunlop C-Craft inflatable boats brochures

Postby Guccileo » Fri Jun 26, 2015 8:49 pm

bigminiandy wrote:When I collected my Mercury 7.5hp outboard I also had the C-Craft C100 which the guy had bought new in 1975. He passed me the brochures he had when he bought it too.

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Will possibly take the dinghy to CMBA events so if anybody wants to try out their outboards (under 10hp) they'd be more than welcome. There are a lot of our members that have collectible outboards that don't see the light of day but this could offer the chance of something suitable to start them on.

Hi, this is a long shot as you may not be on here anymore! But I've just bought a Dunlop C Craft ( just over 13ft) and really appreciate yours pics. My problem is that I can't see them clearly :( Is there any chance you can post a close up of the most suitable one (size wise)? There is so little online about these boats that it's quite frustrating to refurbish mine! One (possibly daft) question: the floorboards are numbered but which way up do they go?! The "toblerones" seem to fit the raised edges, so if placed on top of the boards, then we need to step over the ridges. Is this correct or should I have a smooth flooring? Hope you see this! Many thanks
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