ASIS RIB Boat For Sale
RIB Boat for Sale
You can find all the factors that need to be taken into account before making a significant decision about purchasing a rigid inflatable boat in the first section of this RIB for Sale article.
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Category of listings, Commercial RIB Boat for Sale.
A Directive issued by the ECC in June 1994 covers the design and construction of Ribs as identified in models of the Commercial Boat Category below, such as Work Boats, Heavy Duty Inflatable Boats, and the world renowned SOLAS Rescue Boat built for the Safety of Life at Sea. The Rescue boat is designed to rescue persons from ships in distress at sea as well as people from civilian craft that may have capsized or found themselves incapacitated while at sea.
Rescue Boats are used by Government agencies such as Coast Guards, Naval, Military and Police on inland and coastal waters, other users include Commercial Operators for their crews offshore and at sea as well as Service Providers of security and monitoring of their clients operations. Sailing clubs tend to use smaller craft to provide safety cover to recreational yachtsmen and competitors in competitions.
Larger craft are generally used for commercial models, by pilots and maritime protection agencies and in most cases have a wheelhouse. The Marines and other Coastal Water Forces are easily recognizable in their in their 8m long Rib’s, which usually have either grey or olive green coloured, hulls and tubes and are equipped with twin-engine motors and self-righting gear.
Diving boats provide divers with a safe and comfortable working environment with seating on the inflatable tubes of smaller models thus leaving plenty of deck space for tools and equipment. A single helm console, jockey seat and bottle rack are the norm with the tubes set close to the waterline and in some cases the hull free floods to provide maximum stability while adrift.