I own a couple AIRE's and when I purchased my first direct from the company they told me to AVOID opening the zippers, unless I was going to dry it out for long term storage.
During the season, I'm able to rinse them out fairly well without opening the zippers. I can stick a garden hose into the bailing holes above and under the floor and get 95%+ flushed out. On the Lynx, there is a slit at the end of each of the side tubes by the bra's. I'm able to incline the boat and flush everything from one end of the out the slits on the other end. On a Trib Tomcat you'll have to loosen the bra straps to access the side tubes. Next, I have someone squeeze the slit shut on one end and I flood the tubes and the water can only go through the zippers cleaning them out. This only takes a few minutes once you get it down.
I then hang the boat from the bow or stern (vertical) from my garage rafters and most of the water drains out. If drying horizontal the water just sits in the tubes.
I do open the zippers with lots of water/soap as mentioned above at the end of each season to dry everything out for winter storage.
I also have a small shop vac that is for my boats only and has never been used to vacuum anything (clean). The large hose fits right over the Leafield valves and fills or deflates in seconds. I also have a small round attachment that allows be blow air into the slits and dry my boats out or just blow out the nooks before putting them away.
Craftsman 6 gal. Wet-Dry Vac, Tank Style, 3.0 peak hp - 17741 at Sears.com