More Row/Paddle/Play Boats

Ceiba’s 18-foot and 16-foot Self Bailers are all late model boats, fully outfitted with the latest in technology. Standard equipment includes: aluminum frames, aluminum floorboards, nylon drop bags, as well as your choice of oars. We have paid a lot of attention to detail with these rigs, and they are very accommodating for all your river gear

NRS Self Bailer-Row Full Rig: 18′ & 16’Rafts
1st day: $125 | each additional day: $50/day

NRS Self Bailer-Boat Only/Paddle Boat: 18′ & 16’Rafts
1st days: $92.50 | each additional day: $37/day
* Ask about discounts.

18 Foot Boats


18' Rigging Tips
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18 foot full rig includes:

  • 4 – 11′ oars, with your choice of open oar locks, oar rights, or pins & clips
  • Aluminum frame with drop bag: Pre-rigged with all necessary straps and with drop bag
  • Aluminum floor
  • Trailer frame w/ drop bag
  • Rear deck board
  • Aluminum folding table
  • 205 qt. Canyon Cooler and cover
  • 2 White padded box covers
  • Three Oar locks
  • Pump
  • Bail bucket
  • Bow and stern line
  • Rig bag with 15 x 1″ rigging straps
  • Repair kit
  • Throw cushion
  • Sand anchor and hammer
  • 1 throw bag
  • 1 drag bag
  • 2 Side Box Covers

* Aluminum food boxes and ammo cans are available at additional cost.

18ft NRS self-bailer rigged with boxes (boxes not included in the Full Rig).

Photo Above Shows:

  • 18ft NRS self-bailer rigged with boxes (boxes not included in the Full Rig)
  • Front hatch with 4 x 20 mil cans and 1 propane tank in a milk crate
  • Floor board with 3 x 20 mil cans on one side and 1 aluminum box on the other side, with your foot well in the center
  • Rear trailer frame has hatch with 3 x 20 mil cans and 1 aluminum box
  • Several different packing configurations are possible within these 3 storage areas!
  • Folding aluminum table is strapped to the top of the rear trailer frame while on the water.
  • The front hatch and rear trailer frame can hold 6 x 20 mil cans or combinations with milk crates holding hearty vegetables, canned beverages, or propane tanks. Our aluminum boxes will also fit into these hatches. One of our aluminum boxes takes up the same space as 3 x 20 mil boxes.

16 Foot Boats


16' Yellow Boat Rigging Tips
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16' NRS self-bailer (photo by P.J. Connolly, Locations Southwest & Production Services)


Ceiba’s 16′ NRS self-bailer (photo by P.J. Connolly, Locations Southwest & Production Services)

16 foot full rig includes:

  • 4 – 10′ oars, with your choice of open oar locks, oar rights, or pins & clips
  • Aluminum frame with drop bag: Pre-rigged with all necessary straps and with drop bag
  • Aluminum floor
  • Trailer frame w/ drop bag
  • Rear deck board
  • Aluminum folding table
  • 2 aluminum side boxes
  • 205 qt. Canyon Cooler and cover
  • Three Oar locks
  • Pump
  • Bail bucket
  • Bow and stern line
  • Rig bag with 15 x 1″ rigging straps
  • Repair kit
  • Throw cushion
  • Sand anchor and hammer
  • 1 throw bag
  • 1 drag bag

* Additional boxes & cans are available at additional cost.

16' NRS self-bailer rigged with 2 side boxes

16′ NRS self-bailer rigged with 2 side boxes

Photo Above Shows:

  • 16 foot NRS self-bailer
  • Front hatch with drop bag, hatch covered with pad.
  • Floor board with 2 side boxes, with your foot well in the center.
  • Rear trailer frame has hatch.
  • Several different packing configurations are possible within the 2 hatches!
  • A folding aluminum table is strapped to the top of the rear trailer frame while on the water.
    The front hatch and rear trailer frame can hold 5 x 20 mil cans or combinations with milk crates holding hearty vegetables, canned beverages, or propane tanks.
  • A rear deck board is included.

Oar Set-Up Options

Open Lock with Oar Stop

Open Lock with Oar Stop

Open Lock with Oar Right

Open Lock with Oar Right

Pins and Clips

Pins and Clips

Motor Transom for our 18′ Boats

This is a perfect option for the Diamond Down stretch or a Cataract Canyon Trip. The package includes: Motor, Transom, Gas Tank(s), Motor repair kit, Extension handle, Fuel Line(s), and Current Registration.

This photo shows an ideal way to rig a table & Paco pad for driving/sitting while motoring through the flat stretches.

This photo shows an ideal way to rig a table & Paco pad for
driving/sitting while motoring through the flat stretches.