2002 Mercury Inflatables Values, Specs and Prices

Select a 2002 Mercury Inflatables Model

Mercury Inflatables Note

No further information available. For information prior to 2002, see Quicksilver.

(2005 - 2002)

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"

DYNAMIC Series

250 8' INF FG 0 0 66 4'9"
270 9' INF FG 0 0 77 4'9"
300 10' INF FG 0 0 88 5'5"

HEAVY DUTY Series

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

RIB Series

RHINO RIB 10' INF PU 0 0 287 5'7"
RHINO RIB 10' INF PU 0 0 165 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 5'5"

VANGUARD Series

340 11' INF FG 0 0 176 5'5"
400 13' INF FG 0 0 276 6'
Boats originally known under the Quicksilver Inflatables name, Mercury Inflatables (a division of Mercury Marine) designs vessels to be versatile. Producing the compact Air Deck and Dinghy Series inflatable vessels ideal as tender to larger yachts, Mercury Inflatables line-up also included the Heavy Duty edition boat ranging up to 17 feet in length. Mercury Inflatables product line-up offers several options to buyers including the type of fabric best suited for specific environments.