The Goatley boat was a collapsible boat built for military use. The boat had a wooden bottom and canvas sides and could carry ten men, yet it weighed only around 150 kilograms (330 lb). Assembly time was estimated at two minutes with two men. The boat was designed by, and named after, Fred Goatley of Saunders-Roe, and used in a number of commando and other operations by the British Forces during World War II.
- Operation Aquatint
- Assault boat
- Landing Craft Rubber Small
- Landing Craft Rubber Large
- Rigid Raider
- Mk 6 Assault Boat
- Combat Rubber Raiding Craft
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