$2000.00 USD. If I don't sell it by the time I move to my condo up north I will buy a small motor for it instead and run it up and down the shore myself. I have had it for 20 years, and it is a solid, rugged little craft.
The floor is not a solid hull, it is 4 marine plywood floor boards that hook together and are inserted into the bottom of the boat and it is then inflated around the floor. I was told yesterday that TMM prefers a solid hull. Frankly, for personal, occasional use, I preferred the totally collapsable floor because I could roll the whole thing up and put it in the back of a hatch back wagon and drive to the lake. It stores easily in a small space, pops together in less than 20 minutes and I never had to wait for a boat launch. I was also told they prefer neoprene over rubber. I prefer rubber because it can be repaired just like a tire tube if it gets damaged. It is my understanding that neoprene, once torn, is not repairable.