Thailand Navy Sailors To Get New Multi-Purpose RIB Boat
The multi-purpose Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat is a high-speed, high-buoyancy, extreme-weather craft with the primary mission of rescue insertion/extraction and a secondary mission of marine interdiction operations. The RIB is intended to be used by Thailand Navy sailors for fast response and search operations at sea.
This 8 meter Multi-purpose RIB Boat can accommodate up to 18 passengers. It is designed with a deep-V hull for maximum stability, a non-skid deck, center console, six straddle seats, extended T-top to cover all passengers, Front & Aft towing posts and engine guard rail.
Additionally, the tube of the boat has been customized; where we have modified its diameter to 50 cm in order to match the customer’s requirements. The tube is standardly fitted with triple large profile fenders.
Its multi-chamber (5) air tube is exceptionally strong, puncture resistant, UV stable and made of 1670 Dtex hypalon covered by non-slip patches. It provides buoyancy and reduced vessel weight for maximum performance, fuel economy and safety at sea.
The Rigid Inflatable Boat has four stainless steel heavy duty lifting points.
The 8m ASIS Multi-purpose RIB Boat has a reputation for outstanding performance and sea keeping capabilities. This is a very practical boat, aimed both at the commercial and the military sector.
ASIS Boats is a world leader in providing advanced maritime solutions in Rigid Inflatable Boats. We bring concepts to reality, providing you with the solution to your most complex needs.
Recognizing that each owner, organization or agency has its individual specific requirements, each rigid inflatable boat is built to order.
Built in either Fiberglass (Air Hull®) or marine grade Aluminum hull, all our Rigid Inflatable Boats hypalon sponsons can be fitted with either pneumatic or our unique Hyb Foam® technology.
Every ASIS Boat is built to the highest specifications and standards, whether the requirement calls for USCG Sub Chapter T certification, Military and Naval specifications, SOLAS rescue or a Law Enforcement