It is a unique experience to cruise with a boat, even more with a luxury rib yacht which rides the waves in utmost safety and stability, making it the safest vessel for cruising today.
A modern rib boat today sails with utmost safety because of its air tubes on the left and side of the boat, which embrace the vessel to provide for stability during bad weather conditions, and a smooth ride on the waves.
A modern rib boat today is also very difficult, if not impossible, to sink, because the air tubes do not let the rest of the vessel go underwater, and it is very safe because its outboard engine located outside the hull area cannot receive sea water in its parts to create a dysfunction.
Unlike a sailing boat or a catamaran, a modern rib can sail as fast as 40 knots (in safety) – this is approximately 50 miles per hour, and as little as 10 – 12 knots if necessary. Safe and comfortable cruising speeds vary from 20 to 30 knots depending on the weather conditions of course.
Today’s rib boats are divided into open boats, cabin boats, or sport / semi cabin boats. They must all be equipped with a GPS, radio, and of course all safety equipment to allow for a ride according to Greek regulations.
Your boat will arrive at the launch place on its wheel trailer, with a powerful truck. It will be put into sea, and you will lower your engines into the water so the intake of the motors will receive sea water to start, and cool. You will start the engines and you will hear the powerful roaming.
You will put your safety bracelet on your wrist and you will warm your engines up until they are ready to take the boat into plane speed. Your family and friends and your crew may have put the life wrests if they want, and you will prepare the boat for plane. Trim the engine down and go full speed until your bow lowers. Smooth down your engine thrust and reach your desired and comfortable speed.
Now ride the waves, feel the breeze, play with the water, until you reach your destination.
Destination “Anywhere” shows on your GPS map on the console.
Welcome to the Aegean sea. You are on holiday. Take it!