The requirements that buyers place on a rigid inflatable boat depend on how they plan to use the Dinghy Gibsy VENUS 320.
1. What is required from a boat for fishing away from the coast? The same as for hunting in the water:
- a hard floor that does not vibrate and does not cave when boarding, making active movements inside and due to recoil from a gunshot;
- a floor that is not vulnerable to hooks, other sharp tackle and cutting tools;
- for a waterfowl hunter, the small draft of the boat is important so you don’t hit the bottom in reed thickets, and also due to the rigidity of the bottom, it is not afraid of snags, stones and shallows.
2. What does the yacht owner pay attention to when choosing a tender:
- the ability to boat in coastal waters, including - to overcome the surf line;
- the ability to maintain the integrity of the yacht when mooring a boat to it;
- last but not the least - elegant appearance and comfort on board.
3. Lovers of speed on the water choose:
- quick acceleration to start gliding;
- the ability to use a not too powerful and economical motor;
- good glide and maneuverability.
4. Overall preferences:
- an obedient boat that does not scour the surface from a side wave, but consistently keeps a given course;
- a safe, unsinkable boat;
- decent carrying capacity with a low weight of the boat itself.
If a person loves speed, fishing and yachting, tree boats for each individual hobby is overkill. But you can buy RIB Gibsy VENUS 320 and get all these benefits at once.
The boat has category C in the CE system - its characteristics allow you to boat in coastal waters, meeting all the necessary requirements.
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