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November 10, 2005

RIBCRAFT Introduces Alloy Hulls to Capabilities

Marblehead, Massachusetts, November 10, 2005 – RIBCRAFT, the US designer and manufacturer of commercial grade rigid inflatable boats for first responders, military and government agencies, and maritime professionals, today introduced alloy hulls to its complete line of RIBs.

”HawaiiFor customers with applications requiring additional strength and added impact resistance, RIBCRAFT now offers the option of an aluminum hull on all five of its professional models. The all welded aluminum hull features the same trademark RIBCRAFT design characteristics of a deep V hull, aggressive bow sheer, and full length lifting strakes as the standard fiberglass models. The hull and deck for these new models are plated in 3/16” aluminum.

RIBCRAFT prides itself in working with their customers to personalize each craft to the mission. The aluminum hull option is a great example of RIBCRAFT’s commitment to the customer.


About RIBCRAFT RIBCRAFT has established its position as a designer and builder of technologically advanced RIBS that fulfill the most demanding professional, military, and rescue roles. With twenty years experience and thousands of hulls in active use around the world, RIBCRAFT has gained an enviable reputation as a leading builder of semi-custom RIBs. With sizes starting at 15’, RIBCRAFT boats are built to go anywhere, do virtually anything, and always perform. www.ribcraftusa.com

Contact Matthew Velluto mvelluto@ribcraftusa.com
781.639.9065

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