DinghyGo demonstration video
DinghyGo frequently asked questions (FAQ)
A: In order to further enhance DinghyGo's portability, design and quality, several improvements are implemented for DinghyGo 3 Nomad. The robust construction remains the same. The main enhancements are: lighter hull materials and beautiful designed lightweight composite thwart/daggerboard holder and mast deck/step boards resulting in 20% (-10 Kg; -22 lb.) boat and sail kit weight reduction. The new spars color is silver.
A: DinghyGo is designed for voyages on sheltered coastal waters, small bays, small lakes, rivers and canals. DinghyGo complies to the European CE/ISO specifications 6185 part 2-V category D, which means conditions up to, and including, wind force 4 and significant waves heights up to, and including, 0,3m, with occasional waves of 0,5m maximum height, for example from passing vessels.
A: The DinghyGo boat excluding sail-/row-kit and bags weighs about 26 Kg (57 lb.) for the 3 Nomad model and 33,5 Kg (74 lb.) and requires a minimum of 44 x 26 x 16 in. (112 x 65 x 40 cm) storage space in deflated and well packaged condition. The DinghyGo S boat package weighs about 25 Kg (55 lb.) and measures 44 x 23 x 12 in. (112 x 59 x 32 cm). DinghyGo sailing kit, consisting of the sailing rig, daggerboard, rudder, accessories and bag, weighs about 15Kg (33 lb.) and measures 50 x 18 x 8 in. (125 x 45 x 18 cm).
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