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Robust interest in Rupert Ribs

Seawork has been good for Rupert Ribs with fisheries, gas companies, charterers and specialists all making their way to see the robust R Range here on the pontoons at Seawork.

Craig McCarthy took on the sole distributorship for the Rupert Ribs in the UK and Ireland just over two months ago, having bought his own Rupert Rib previously. An enthusiastic first-timer at Seawork, Craig says he has had more solid interest in the first two days of Seawork than all the previous weeks, putting that down to the ‘seeing is believing’ factor when potential owners are able to size up the vessels in real-life.

Coded Cat B and available in two ranges, the Swedish-made RIBs have a number of drive options available including inboard, outboard and jet. The Seawork vessel was shown with a Yamaha 300 V6 4.2l outboard.

Exhibitor; Rupert Ribs
 
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