Nice one Rasta.
I took ownership of one in April 2016.I started to have my doubts when first trying to set it up with floor boards and pumping but then discovered some tricks to ease the load.
Mission 1 - Floor Boards
Use plumbers lube along the edges of the floor boards and position the back section in first, then try line up the front. With the boat being almost completely flat (Very Important for the floor board mission) and front and back lined up, with one foot on the ridge of the floor board and the other on land, grab the rope running through the eyes on top of the pontoons and pull up, simultaneously apply downward foot pressure on the floor board. This will push the front in under the nose and the edges in under the flaps. Extra win is if you can get your buddy/minister of home affairs (wife) to do the exact same motion on the other side at the same time.
Mission 1 - Complete
Mission 2 - Inflation
Got yourself a airbed 12v pump. When the boat valves are in the free/open position the pump will fill the pontoons up 95% of the way. Thereafter switch valves to the one way position and use the hand pump to get the desired pressure. Back in the day before i got the 12v and it came time to pumping, my crew would normally disappear into thin air. Miraculously they would reappear once boat was fully inflated cool, calm and collected. I on the other hand drenched in sweat, out of breath and ready to call it a day. The pump want more than R300.
Mission 2 - Complete.
Lastly mount some cup holders and a Garmin Striker 4dv to the bench seat, rod holders on the transom and you're set.
Hope the above helps man.