2001 Quicksilver Power Boat Prices and Values

Select Quicksilver Power Boats Models Below

Quicksilver Note

For further information, see Mercury Inflatables.
(2001 - 1994)

POWER BOATS

Length
Model
Type
Hull
Engine(s)
HP
Weight
(lbs)
Beam
Fuel
Type

Air Deck Series

240 8' INF PU 0 0 68 5'
270 9' INF PU 0 0 82 5'
310 10' INF PU 0 0 86 5'
340 11' INF PU 0 0 90 5'

Dinghy Series

200 ROLL-UP 7' INF PU 0 0 57 4'3"
240 ROLL-UP 8' INF PU 0 0 64 4'5"

Heavy Duty Series

380 13' INF PU 0 0 165 5'8"
430 14' INF PU 0 0 192 6'2"

Rib Series

RHINO II 10' INF PU 0 0 165 5'7"
RHINO RIDER 10' INF PU 0 0 287 5'7"

Sport Series

240 8' INF PU 0 0 77 5'
270 9' INF PU 0 0 93 5'
310 10' INF PU 0 0 110 5'
340 11' INF PU 0 0 123 5'
Founded in 1988, Quicksilver was attached to the construction of quality inflatable boats. Ranging in lengths from 8 to 14 feet in length, the Quicksilver line of vessels serves ideally as dinghies or tenders to larger boats. Offering vessels that can easily be stored, the Quicksilver inflatable line also included a heavy-duty range of products. The boat company retired the Quicksilver name after 2001 in favor of Mercury Inflatables.