Cobra RIBs: Everything you need to know

Cobra has been building high-quality family RIBs for more than 30 years and still completes the design and build process from its base in the Dorset town of Christchurch.The groundbreaking Patronus range is handbuilt to your specifications.An intimate team of designers and craftsmen collaborate to create the Cobra RIBs range, which is bursting with intelligent features. The family-run business cherishes its customers, whose feedback is filtered through during the design process. The Cobra RIBs range The Nautique and Nautique Inboard are the core Cobra product aimed at families who want to […] This article Cobra RIBs: Everything you need to know appeared first on Motor Boat & Yachting.

Cobra RIBs: Everything you need to know

Cobra has been building high-quality family RIBs for more than 30 years and still completes the design and build process from its base in the Dorset town of Christchurch.

The groundbreaking Patronus range is handbuilt to your specifications.

An intimate team of designers and craftsmen collaborate to create the Cobra RIBs range, which is bursting with intelligent features.

The family-run business cherishes its customers, whose feedback is filtered through during the design process.

The Cobra RIBs range

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Cobra has three separate model ranges: Nautique, Nautique Inboard and the Patronus tender range.

The Nautique and Nautique Inboard are the core Cobra product aimed at families who want to have fun out on the water.

With models ranging from 6.2m to 10m in these ranges, their versatile deck spaces and seaworthy, soft-riding hulls are the perfect recipe for day boating.

A more recent expansion into the design of superyacht tenders has produced the pioneering Patronus range.

From bespoke luxury superyacht tenders through to SOLAS compliant rescue support craft, each boat is hand-built to exacting standards in order to maintain exceptional quality from start to finish.

Our pick

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Cobra has three separate model ranges: Nautique, Nautique Inboard and the Patronus tender range.

The Nautique 9.2m is the perfect embodiment of what Cobra is capable of.

With a variety of layout options, colour schemes and optional extras available there is licence to tailor the boat’s exact specification to your wishes, but the most extraordinary thing about it is its appetite for speed.

With the largest engine option of twin 300hp Mercury Verado outboards it will comfortably crack 60 knots, leaving you free to cruise anywhere from 20-50 knots.

This effortless cruising pace makes it a brilliantly capable point-to-point day boat but thanks to the intelligent deck layout and optional heads compartment in the console it’s a fantastic platform once the engines are off as well.

Cobra Nautique 9.2m specification

LOA: 30ft 2in (9.2m)
Beam: 8ft 4in (2.55m)
Engines: Twin 200-300hp outboards
Top speed: 60 knots
Price From: £150,000 inc VAT

UK dealer: Cobra RIBs
Tel: +44 (0)1202 612712
Web: cobraribs.com

Our A-Z RIB guide is brought to you in association with Pantaenius.

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Agapi RIBs: Everything you need to know

Developed by award-winning Swedish designer Håkan Södergren, Agapi offers a supremely versatile take on the modern leisure RIB.Integrated cabins and convertible furniture enable Agapi RIBs to sleep several people overnight, and their modest size and weight means they can be stored securely and towed to fresh cruising grounds. The Agapi RIBs range Both boats in the Agapi fleet have been shortlisted for international awards. While the flagship Agapi 950 offers 54-knot performance, […] This article Agapi RIBs: Everything you need to know appeared first on Motor Boat & Yachting.

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Developed by award-winning Swedish designer Håkan Södergren, Agapi offers a supremely versatile take on the modern leisure RIB.

Integrated cabins and convertible furniture enable Agapi RIBs to sleep several people overnight, and their modest size and weight means they can be stored securely and towed to fresh cruising grounds.

The Agapi RIBs range

Both boats in the Agapi fleet have been shortlisted for international awards. While the flagship Agapi 950 offers 54-knot performance, the smaller Agapi 800 brings true multi-purpose recreation at a great price point.

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Our pick

The Agapi 800 (pictured above) is one of the most versatile compact cruising RIBs in the world. In addition to day space for ten, this beautifully arranged RIB can sleep two people in the forward cabin, plus a further two under canvas at the convertible dining station.

Other options include a carbon-fibre T-top, a mini galley beneath the helm, and a 300hp outboard for 50-knot performance.

Agapi 800 specification

LOA: 25ft 6in (7.8m)
Beam: 8ft 4in (2.55m)
Engine: 200-300hp outboard
Top speed: 50 knots
Price from: £87,000 (inc. VAT)

UK dealer: Williams Marine & Watersports Ltd
Tel: +44 (0)7507 466006
Web: williamsmarineandwatersports.com

Our A-Z RIB guide is brought to you in association with Pantaenius.

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