Bic Sportyak 245
Used for fishing, as tenders for boats or just for fun, the Bic 245 is more stable, more durable and lighter than the classical dinghies. More than 100 000 BIC boats have so far been manufactured and they have become a standard feature in the yachting world. The Bic 245 is the result of over 50 years of experience.
Complete package ready to go: Accessories included with the dinghy:
- 2 oars
- 2 Aluminium rowlocks
- 3 rowlock brackets
- 1 rope
- 1 seat
- 2-wheel system
- 12 Months Warranty is included with all Boats
- Mainland UK delivery from only £79.99
Exceptionally light, solidly built, incredibly long-lasting and stable, Bic boats have built a solid reputation in the world of leisure boating. The BIC Sportyak 245 is the result of over 40 years of experience and development! This mid sized dinghy combines the best features of those other legendary boats that are the BIC 252 and the Sportyak 213. Light weight, easy to transport, giving you excellent glide when you row, it can also be fitted with either a thermal or electric motor. From carrying men and equipment to an anchored boat, to getting out to the best fishing spots, to being a great toy for the kids… There are almost no limits for this super safe and versatile boat!
Length2.45m / 8'0.5"
Width1.20m / 3'11.2"
Weightapprox. 39kg / 86lbs
Max Load290kg / 639lbs
short shaft electric or internal combustion, maximum power: 3 CV (approx. 3 HP), maximum weight: 25kg, transom plates included as standard
Priority to stability and safety
Priority to stability and safety : a large proportion of serious accidents in leisure boating happen on small boats serving larger crafts. Safety has all too often been overlooked on this type of boat, but safety was the top priority for the 245’s designers. Four factors guided the design team in their work : keeping the weight evenly balanced when in use, being unsinkable, stability and getting back on board in case of falling off. The team tested every conceivable “accident” scenario and the BIC 245 is the result of all that work. The relatively low cockpit rim and numerous carry handles make climbing back in after falling/ jumping out simple and safe. When empty, the cockpit float line is below the level of the floor, allowing the cockpit to self-empty. One, two or three people can fit comfortably in a 245. The double rowing position allows you to choose your seating configuration (the seat can be moved and re-positioned but only locked in place in the centre position using the included fixings). That means you can adjust to any size oarsman for efficient rowing without compromising on balance.
Catamaran shape and integrated wheels
The catamaran hull gives the best possible stability. It means you can load up on one side of the boat without fear of capsizing. This shape with flat lateral sections gives also an exceptional glide, with an efficient anti-drift. The wheels are integrated into the design of the hull.
Integrated handles are user friendly
The various carry handles make the boat easy to carry for one or more people. It weighs in at just 39 kg / 86lbs, making it easy to load onto a roof rack.
All-terrain wheels make transport easy
The BIC 245 is fitted with two wide rollers for easy handling over beaches, banks and jetties. The wheels are integrated into the design of the hull and don’t in any way affect its performance on water. You can load all your equipment in the boat and take it easily down to the water’s edge.
The details that make all the difference
The rowing seat is fitted with integral “glove compartments”, and the carry handles and other openings make it easy to fit an anti-theft cable around the boat. The flat rear design was also designed for simple, safe upright storage, taking up less floor area.