The Ribeye A600 is probably one of the most popular RIBs on the british market. The deep V hull from bow to stern makes her a very versatile boat, if it is wakeboarding in the flat rivers, to river hopping down the east coast. Viewing by appointment through our Suffolk Office - - Phone number removed - General
The deck layout of this boat has three seats in the stern with stowage under. Four jockey type seats at the helm, stowage under. Single forward looking seat forward of console moulding and an aft facing seat on the anchor well. A frame for navigation lights. Anchor roller forward.
Located on the transom is the 2008 Yamaha F100 DETL 4 stroke petrol outboard. 100hp. Regularly serviced, with the last service done March 2019. 25L fuel tank. 20 knot cruising speed, 35 knots max. One (2008)12v battery charged via alternator.
Garmin DSC VHF radio Navigation lights Fusion radio
Anchor Various warps Overall cover
Fire extinguisher Lifejackets Deck light Electric bilge pump First aid kit
Ribeye A600 built by Ribeye in 2008. She has a deep V moulded hull moulded in a white GRP construction with 2 tone blue and grey Hypalon inflatable tubes with dual rubbing strake. Six grab handles along the tubes. Stainless steel A frame over the transom.
A bramber 1500kg capacity roller trailer. Fully road legal with lighting board. Single axle.
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