Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat

Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat

Amazing fiberglass rigid hull inflatable boat Small size FRP RIB is a popular full sized inflatable dinghy with hard bottom.
The tough RIB features of fiberglass v hull are anti-corrosion and rugged durable .
Transom is designed for short shaft outboard motor .

Product Details

Amazing fiberglass rigid hull inflatable boat      
Small size FRP RIB is a popular full sized inflatable dinghy with hard bottom. The tough RIB features of fiberglass v hull are anti-corrosion and rugged durable . Transom is designed for short shaft outboard motor . 
Tube material : 0.9mm PVC, 1.2mm PVC, 1.0mm ORCA hypalon, 0.9mm Achilles hypalon . 
Fiberglass Hull: White powder coated  
NOAHYACHT fiberglass RIB boats are designed with double deck , the flat and open deck provide plenty of cargo space . It is a great fishing or pleasure boat . The tube keep the boat safe and stable in any weather condition on the sea . 
Specification : small size FRP RIB open deck SXV model  


Overall

Overall

tube

   

Max

Max

Model

Length

Width

diameter

Chamber

Power

Capacity


(cm)

(cm)

(cm)

   

(HP)

(person)

SXV230S

230

155

38

2

6

2

SXV250

250

155

38

3

8

3

SXV270

270

164

42

3

10

3

SXV300

300

164

42

3

12

4

SXV330

330

164

42

3

15

5

SXV360

360

164

42

3

20

5.5

SXV390

390

170

45

3

25

6


Standard equipment:

● 2 pcs oars,

● 1pcs plywood seat

● 1 foot pump,

● 1 repair kits.

Optional equipment :

● Bow storage bag

● Seat storage bag  

● Boat cover

● Jockey console

● Bimini

● Anchor roller

● Small console&seat

Package: foam package or plywood box as clients required .
Warranty: PVC fabric 3 years, hypalon fabric 5 year. Seam and accessory 1 year .

How to do the maintenance of the outboard motor before storage ? 
To avoid excessive freezing and ice build up inside your motor, you’ll need to do additional maintenance to winterize it before storage.
Always use fuel that is two-weeks-old or less. When left standing for several months or more, fuel will become sticky and gum up your engine.
Disconnect and drain your fuel line into an approved container and dispose of excess fuel in an environmentally appropriate manner according to the laws and regulations in your area.
Burn off any fuel remaining in the carburetor.Run the engine until it stops on its own from lack of fuel. Again, do this outside in a well-ventilated area – never in a garage or other enclosed space – and always stay clear of the propeller. Also, always make sure that your outdoor space is free from small children, pets and debris.
Do NOT to allow the engine to run without adequate cooling water!. Be sure to periodically check the cooling water tell tale coming from the discharge plug. There should be a steady stream of water coming from this plug when the motor is running.
Check for any water in the fuel. This would indicate a possible leak.
Once your engine is flushed and fuel-free, be sure that your engine is turned off.
Disconnect the battery switch.
Replace the engine cover.
Check/change the lower unit gear oil and inspect for water according to the manufacturer’s recommendation.
Check/change the engine oil and filter, and inspect for water according to the manufacturer’s recommendation.
Check/change fuel filter according to the manufacturer’s recommendation.

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