COBRA RIBs British-Built

COBRA RIBs British-Built @ RIBs ONLY - Home of the Rigid Inflatable Boat
Cobra, British-built RIBs

One of the most rewarding ways to spend your time is by exploring the world and all of its wonders.

The people you meet, the places you see, and the memories you make can be a once in a lifetime experience by taking a break from everyday life and spending your time this way.

“From you, we dare to dive into epic adventures head first. Share your story today, and we’ll help you build your Cobra RIB boat now.”

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Cobra RIBs Appoints Solemarin Turkish Distributor

Cobra RIBs Appointed Solemarin as Turkish Distributor @ RIBs ONLY - Home of the Rigid Inflatable Boat
Cobra RIBs Appointed Solemarin as Turkish Distributor

“We’re pleased to announce that Cobra RIBs has appointed Solemarin as our new Turkish distributor. This is part of the company’s international expansion and will enable Turkish customers to join in the fun.

The dealership has a dedicated emphasis on excellent customer service. Their history in the marine industry means they have extensive knowledge and experience in boats which is important to us.

We’re excited to welcome new clients and hope that people in Turkey and beyond will join us as we set off on our autonomous coastal voyage.”

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Where to Spot Cobra RIBs in 2022

Where to Spot Cobra RIBs in 2022 @ RIBs ONLY - Home of the Rigid Inflatable Boat
A Cobra RIB in its element

As we head into April, it’s time to get excited about the boat events that Cobra RIBs is attending in the coming months (2022). Get your kicks on these dates:

  • 6th – 8th May – South Coast boat show
  • 10th to 12th June – Jersey boat show
  • 1st July – Owners day 1 – From Southampton
  • 12th August – Owners day 2 – From Sandbanks
  • 9th – 18th September – Southampton Boat show
  • 30th Sept / 1st & 2nd October – Experience weekend from Hamble
  • 28th – 1st October – Monaco boat show
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How to Make Safe S and U Turns in a RIB

Boating instructor Jon Mendez explains how it’s done.

Driving a fast boat safely will always involve making turns, either pre-planned ones to reach your destination or when avoiding other craft, debris or waves.

Practising turning the boat at speed so that you know how much helm, throttle and trim to use before it starts to skip sideways is crucial to avoid endangering yourself, your crew and your vessel.

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