WEST MARINE–RIB-310 Aluminum Hull Hypalon Inflatable Boat
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RIB-310 Aluminum Hull Hypalon Inflatable Boat
|Material||Hypalon ORCA 215 Fabric|
Seven Years Fabric and Seams
One Year Parts and Accessories
Five Years Floor Attachment and Transom
Two Years Fiberglass Hulls of RIBs
West Marine RIB-310's rugged aluminum hull is made to take frequent beachings and is designed for quick planing times and smooth handling.
New Improved Hypalon Fabric
Precious Mettle: The deep-V rigid hull and transom are made of heavy-gauge 6061-T-6 aluminum with a double floor supported by a stringer system that adds strength and rigidity. Corrosion resistance is further enhanced by stylish black or white powder-coating. Tubes are made from glued Orca 215 fabric and a heavy-duty rub strake provides protection from dock bumps.
Smooth Operator: With 16" tubes and a deep-V design on the aluminum hull, the boat planes quickly. It’s rated for up to 20hp, which should push the 128-lb. RIB to impressive speeds and give it the power to carry lots of gear.
Heavy Duty: The flat wide floor gives the boat a big feel and a capacity of five passengers or 1,090 lbs. A wooden bench seat comes standard.
Total Package: The boat comes with three factory-installed lifting points, Halkey-Roberts inflation valves, carry handles, an exterior lifeline, a repair kit and an inflation pump.
- Length: 10'6"
- Beam: 5'5"
- Weight: 128 lbs.
- Deflated Dimensions: 9'4" x 3'8" x 1'7"
- Capacity: 1,090 lbs./5 passengers
- Chambers: 3
- Tube Diameter: 16"
- Maximum HP: 20
- Floor/Transom material: Aluminum
- Hull Shape: Deep V
- Tube Material: Orca 215 Hypalon
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