Asis Boats Commercial Rhib
ASIS Boats manufactures Commercial RHIB Boats for Diving & Sailing Schools and Sea Safaris Operators, offshore Oil Rigs, law enforcement, search and rescue and firefighting.
Manufactured in a facility that has earned ISO 9001, ISO 14001 & ISO 45001 certifications, ASIS Commercial RHIB Boats have European CE approval, U.S. certifications from NMMA and ABYC bodies as well as Australian AMSA certification. ASIS Boats is also one of only a few manufacturers worldwide to have received US Coastguard Chapter T approval.
Because of its light weight, the ASIS RIB has increased agility and responsiveness, making your mission easier and faster. The weight savings of an ASIS RIB over a hard-sided alternative will generally contribute to improved fuel efficiency, increasing operational range and lowering fuel costs.
The ASIS Rigid Inflatable Boat’s inflatable collars serve as a stabilizing platform whether standing still or traveling at high speed. This stability becomes especially important in adverse conditions.
ASIS RIBs are adaptable, with plenty of open deck space for customizing accessory layout. The high level of safety and performance ensures versatility in all sea conditions.
Commercial RHIB Boat, Why Is Usually Chosen?
RHIB is an acronym for rigid-hulled inflatable boat, which is a light-weight boat with a high load carrying capacity complemented by both strength and performance due to its construction from a solid, shaped hull made of fiberglass, aluminum, or plastic.
The Commercial Rigid Boat is essential in ferrying Leisure Cruise or Sea Safari Passengers from ship to shore or around islands in Greece and Norway, as well as other coastal and inland waters. A RIB is the most durable and versatile craft available for providing a smooth dry ride to paying passengers.
When a Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat sustains minor punctures, it is simple to repair, which is an obvious benefit to all RHIB users, whether they are for recreational, commercial, or military purposes. If you find yourself in this situation, a punctured RHIB can be repaired by a novice and the problem solved quickly, minimizing disruption to your activities.
The Value Of Owning A Commercial Rib?
Boating is essential to all operating commercially on water and one of the considerations would be on a yacht whether it be privately owned or used for commercial services. A Yacht Tender is legal requirement for the safety of passengers on board and is used for carrying Sea Safari Passengers from ship to shore and bringing in supplies.
Having the right RHIB boat for your application is essential requiring thorough thought about specifications before committing to any particular design; thereafter you could consider specifics, for example, do you want a Solas Rescue RHIB? Is it for diving to carry out underwater welding? And will the design enable you to easily carry out the task.
Not surprisingly RHIBs are the boat of choice for most commercial entities and include; Fisheries, Oil Rigs, Underwater Exploration, Coastal Inspection, Shipping Companies and a whole host of users who need to buy the right boat the first time as a Rigid Boat represents substantial investment that should be considered carefully before purchasing.
Your RHIB stands between your commercial operation and the safety of passengers and crew from the hazards of the sea. Durability and design are essential elements to consider, followed by quality manufactured into your boat by craftsmen who have only one desire, and that is to deliver a RHIB that meets the criteria for which it was designed.