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Old 01-11-2018   #1
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RMR has something for the creek boaters

We are proud to present the Cloud Nine. Everyone know that smaller boats make for a bigger ride. This boat easily fits into the bed of a truck or straps onto the roof of a sedan, making it very manageable both on and off the river. We want to make it as easy for you to get on the river as possible and the Cloud Nine does just that.


Check out the raft here.
https://rockymountainrafts.com/produ...e-sb-90&page=2

Find a few clips of some product testing here.


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RMR has something for the creek boaters

Looks nice.
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Wow, $1200! That's less than my paddle board..... I might just have to switch to the dark side and buy a raft!
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does look fun.
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80 pounds!? A bit much for a solo rafter...just saying....gee can you help me get this boat on my subee???
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80 pounds!? A bit much for a solo rafter...just saying....gee can you help me get this boat on my subee???
Where did you find 80#'s? The 10.5 is 79#
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80 pounds!? A bit much for a solo rafter...just saying....gee can you help me get this boat on my subee???
I would guess that it is around 65 lbs. I had to carry the boat down 700 steps at the Tallulah put in. It was light enough for me to handle it by myself, but heavy enough to prevent me from chickening out and hiking it back up.

It is designed to be as light as possible. We will have the official specks up soon.
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I wish I would have known about this last month, as I just bought a 9.5' from another company.
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Put a drop stitch floor in it and you might create a new space in the water sports world.

SUP, fishing platform, creeker, towable, bed, hail protection device

Looks like great fun.
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Comparative weights:
Hyside Mini Max (10.5 feet) is 67 pounds, the RMR 10.5 is listed at 79 pounds.
Hyside Mini Me (9 feet) is listed at 54 pounds. Probably a good guess that the RMR 9 footer is at least 10-12 pounds heavier. At one thousand dollars lower retail cost, this looks like a great way to get into the mini boat market. The other difference besides weight is the diminishing tube design on the RMR 9 footer. Having never paddled that design, can't comment on whether that is a plus or not. My Mini Me is already a wet ride with the full size tubes. Looks like the RMR 10.5 footer does not have the diminishing tubes, though. I have a rowing frame on my Mini and it is a tight space for rower and upfront passenger, so have been looking for a deal on a Max. Glad to see RMR offering some competitive alternatives.
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