The Swellfish FS Jet Inflatable Boat has a unique (patent pending) jet tunnel design allowing it to operate in shallow water and can easily navigate rivers and streams.
Adventure, even further!
Our team dedicated four years to developing and testing the FS Jet, ensuring that it outperforms the competition. You can rely on our high standards, knowing that you have a boat capable of handling any adventure.
FS Jet 400
This Jet boat is the lightest and most maneuverable in the series, making it ideal for any adventure, whether it's a solo fishing trip or a multi-day hunting trip with your friends. With a length of 13 feet, this boat is ready to tackle any river.
FS Jet 400 XL
Introducing the FS Jet 400 XL, the first in our workhorse series. This model has an improved payload capacity and extra bulwark tubes, making it ideal for big water while still capable of traversing shallow waters.
FS Jet 500
This boat is 3 feet longer and slightly wider than the FS Jet 400, measuring almost 16.5 feet. Despite the added space, this boat stands out from competitors with its impressive ability to handle rapids and shallow water.
FS Jet 500 XL
Our FS Jet 500 XL is the largest and sturdiest jet boat we offer, ideal for navigating rivers. It can easily accommodate a significant amount of gear, or an epic moose from a your now favorite hunt. Although it may not be as nimble as the standard FS Jet 500, it can still safely traverse shallow rivers.
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I bought this shirt for my wife and she loves it. It looks great on her.
The customer service is even better. Do not hesitate to do business with Swellfish
Fantastic motor. Greg quickly got me the motor I wanted and answered all questions I had. I would definitely deal with Swellfish again!
Shipped quick to USA.
Awesome unit and works like a gem!
I have needed oarlocks for my inflatable boats since I bought them. These are the perfect solution.
only used it once but seems to do the job
Great boat! I only wish there were videos about assembly on the Swellfish website.
It’s been almost a year since I’ve had the 390. I got the angler+ package. My first thoughts were skewed seeing so many different pieces coming out of different boxes - is this a boat or a set? Haha. After some challenges installing the floor correctly (with swift assistance from Greg from Swellfish over chat), I put the entire 390 together in my living room. A 12’10” it surely is - and robust as it gets. The construction was superior than I first imagined, especially the transom, keel and bow area. A solid beast. After assembling the add ons it started to look like a real mean machine. I appreciate all the affixed Scotty mounts, the sliding seat features and the construction of the entire surface and its welds.
I’m an honest angler, so when I tell you the floor is difficult to install at first I mean it. Get some practice and don’t inflate the chambers much at all.
The aluminum floor pieces are made well but IMO are a little noisy at the joints, and are hard on the knees while installing. I’ve always carpeted my aluminum stand surfaces, so I quickly made my Swellfish more comfortable and quiet by throwing some Home Depot carpeted floor mats down. A easy fix that fits perfectly!
One thing to note with the seat cover and bow bag; this material will fade quickly in the direct sun if your boat spends too much time in the elements. Take em out if you’re moored.
I’ve been running an 8Hp two stroke on my 390 and it’s just enough to get on plane. I’d recommend at least a 9.9 and above for this tank. The boat holds keel incredibly well and reacts great to steering at all speeds.
I think the 390 is the ultimate size for what I wanted it for; shooting video on lakes and having a very stable platform to do so. This is exactly what the 390 is. Stable AF.
Is it a boat size to purchase to be constantly putting it together and taking it down? Not in my opinion. I’d say the 390 should be on a small boat trailer or cargo trailer. It’s too heavy and wide to be pulling in and out of a truck box as well. I’d go with the smaller models if your plans are to be Nomadic and constantly be assembling / tearing down / using out of a hatchback. Definitely an SUV or pickup box to move around the deflated boat and floors etc.
The swellfish advantages heavily outweigh the small list of cons. There’s always cons to boats that require assembly. The safety aspect of multi chamber inflatables and the incredibly massive payload rating trump a regular tin boat in this length, and some. The team at Swellfish are incredibly helpful and to be honest, they’re just damn nice guys. I’m a happy Swellfish owner and I’m already making plans for my second boat.
Bigger or smaller - maybe both!
Brent Gill / wait4itFILMS
Great product … works well and travels well
Had no instructions which made it harder then it should have been.....other minor issues but other then that l have reccomended friends to consider buying Swellfish then other offshore or American made inflatables....kenny evans
It's hanging in our shop on display, customers love it and ask a lot of questions about it.
Has been a great portable boat option. Not too heavy and enough room for two adults