This Greek built Ribco Venom 34 is powered by no less than a twin Mercury 4.6L 300 hp Verados outboards.
This ride was performed by our Greek friends of e-Ribbing. Pay them a visit. You won’t regret it.
Thank you, guys for putting a short but ferm focus on the safety measures on board in the beginning of the video. That’s what we like to see more.
The perfect boat for one individual may not be ideal for another, but with careful consideration of needs and desires, every boat can find their ideal owner who will make the most out of it. Check our my article of what to think about before buying a RIB.
The Ribco Venom 34 with its offshore hull is the smaller Rigid Inflatable Boat (RIB) of the Venom 44 and is now the smallest boat in this range.
This is by the way the very first pan-European sea trial of the new Mercury V10 400 hp Verado done by our Greek friends at e-Ribbing.
Ribco Seafarer 36X’s Family
The brand is into the bigger RIBs (Rigid Inflatable Boats) market with lengths staring from 10 meters as you can see in these videos here on RIBs ONLY.
The T-top of this Ribco Seafarer 36X boat is made entirely out of carbon.
Ribco uses the renowned Scorpion hulls who have a proven record. A very good choice.
Thank you for the engine sound at 01:26.
In 1994 Ribco was born by Stelios Ladopoulos and Valerianos Nikas. Their passion for perfection and their love for the sea was part of the inspiration. Their dream was to produce the best RIB boats in the market. Excellent quality in every aspect, great sea keeping characteristics combined with bulletproof construction.