Frequently Asked Questions

The polymer we use is a Marine Grade U.V. protected, VHMW-PE plastic (Very High Molecular Weight-Polyethylene). It is made in the US from domestic natural gas.
It is many times stronger than any other material used in drift boat construction by anyone.
Boulder Boat Works offers a lifetime guarantee on all of our hulls against punctures and leaks that occur from ordinary river usage. Repairs covered under this warranty will be performed at our shop. Any freight or transportation costs to and from our location will be at the owner’s expense.Our liability does not apply to the following; equipment or accessories carrying their own individual liabilities or warranties, any Boulder Boat Works boat that has been altered, misused or damaged due to negligence or an accident.
Our Pro Guide hull weighs approximately 177 lbs for the high side model and 160 lbs for the low profile hull.
Yes, this material has a lifetime U.V. rating, but we encourage using a boat cover when storing your boat outside. The sun can damage the woodwork and the finish over time.
We clean our boats with a pressure washer and Simple Green. For stubborn marks we like a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser.
Yes, in the unlikely event that it gets damaged, we can repair anything.
Our polymer hulls slide over the rocks like greased lightning and there is no damage resulting from repeated collisions. No repairs are needed, unlike wood or fiberglass gel coats which can be fragile & costly to repair.
Premium Domestic White Ash, with other woods available upon request.
It's a lifer. Take care of a Boulder Boat Works boat correctly and it will last forever.
Yes, the polymer material is lighter than water so these boats float higher and handle lighter & easier than any fiberglass boat.

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