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Really neat new Dinghy - bic 245

Looking around for something to row out to my boat with - and I came across the new Bic....

pretty neat - holds three - unsinkable, stable and has wheels on the back......

Looks like a good design!

Bic 245 Blue / White : small boats stable and durable - Focus of experience

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Nifty little critter from a design standpoint. It might be a little awkward to put on the foredeck.

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Yeah, I only need to use to the mooring and back. Given my tiny sailboat (18), it is doubtful I will use it for anything else.....well, can use it in local ponds too - to row around.
I'm a sucker for good design though. This is like the ipod of Dinghys.....

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Hi...I am considering the bic 245 for a fishing boat for a small pond. I wonder if you ever purchased the one that you mentioned above?? ...And, if so, what your opinion is of the boat? thanks Rich
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Did not buy one...a fellow board member sold me his walker bay for 200 bucks...an offer I could not pass up!

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"click it's a bic"!! remember the bic pens being shot into 2x4s and still writing?

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