Tributary 16 HD Self-Bailing Raft

AIRE Tributary 16 HD Self-Bailing Raft

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AIRE Tributary 16 HD Self-Bailing Raft

The Tributary 16 HD is your expedition-sized gear hauler. Larger diameter tubes will pack a big load and the diminishing tube design makes for a splashy, wave-punching ride.

AIRE Tributary 16 HD Self-Bailing Raft Features:

  • Burly 42 oz./2000 denier PVC material takes the heavy use of a big-water multi-day boat. 
  • The welded PVC outer shell seams and the internal urethane bladders are the foundation of this highly durable self-bailing raft.
  • Comes with two strap-in thwarts that can be placed anywhere in the center section. 
  • With an optional third thwart you can put together an 11-person paddling crew. 
  • Put a frame on the boat and you've got lots of room for people and gear for multi-week adventures. 
  • Tough urethane bladders zipped into the outer skin hold the air. They're easily repaired in the event of a puncture.
  • The laced-in floor bails water quickly for safety in big water.
  • 12 D-rings for frame and gear tiedown and four handles for an easy carry.
  • Color: Blue
  • 5-year retail warranty, 1-year commercial


  • Series: Tributary
  • Length: 16' ft. 4" in.
  • Width: 7' ft. 2" in.
  • Weight: 170 lbs.
  • Tube Diameter: 22" in.
  • Diminishing Tube Diameter: 20" in.
  • Number of Thwarts: 2
  • Bow Kick: 14" in.
  • Stern Kick: 14" in.
  • Number of Air Chambers: 7
  • Valve Type: Leafield - C7
  • Self Bailing: Yes
  • Type of Material: PVC
  • Weight/Denier of Tube Material: 42/2000
  • Weight/Denier of Floor Material: 42/2000
  • Number of D-rings: 12
  • Number of Handles: 4
  • Center Compartment Width: 42" in.
  • Suggested NRS Frame Width: 66" in.
  • Maximum Frame Length: 90" in.
  • Repair Kit: Yes
  • 5-year retail warranty, 1-year commercial.

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