To keep a rigid inflatable boat (RIB) functioning and looking new for many years, you need to take proper care and maintenance. Perhaps you enjoy frequent RIB rides on saltwater.
With some extra care, you will maintain its performance and quality. How to maintain a RIB top-notch is not that difficult.
When you buy a RIB, part of the after-sale service should incorporate how to care for the boat and ways that can impact its longevity.
It is not a rigorous process that consumes hours of your time. On the contrary, it is about consistent maintenance.
In this article, I will cover 5 main tips to care for your RIB (Rigid Inflatable Boat).
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A great video by our RIBAlex.dk from Copenhagen, showcasing his Tornado Fleet. It’s four Tornado 9.5m High Performance RIBs with 300hp Suzuki and Yamaha engines.
This video shows a Tornado® 7.8m High Performance Rigid Inflatable Boat. It is customized with a lot of cool extras, e.g.
XS Ribs make Commercial and Leisure RIBs, PU (Polyurethane) or Hypalon tubes are a no cost option when you order a new boat.
A lot of people say it is very hard to fix OLD PU boats, this is not true and we show you here that the process and glues used are the same as you use on Hypalon.
The boat we use in the Video is 25 years old. In addition to making new boats we also offer professional repairs and re-tubes of all makes of craft in either PU or Hypalon.
The British-built COX 300hp V8 diesel outboard promises to challenge the dominance of petrol engines in this market. MBY editor Hugo Andreae sees if it’s up to the challenge .