|Model:RIBCRAFT 4.8m RIB|
|Mooring Country:||United Kingdom|
|Length:||4.8 m/16 ft|
|Width:||2.1 m/7 ft|
|Draft:||0.3 m/1 ft|
|Engine manufacturer:mercury efi - 4 stroke|
|No. of engines:||1|
The Ribcraft 4.8 was completed by Goodchild Marine in 2013. The 'Fred Dyble' has been used by Caister Volunteer Lifeboat Service as an inshore lifeboat supporting the larger offshore RIB operating on the North Sea Coast. Most life boats are carefully maintained by their crews and receive regaular servicing and this vessel is no exception. A purpose designed launching trailer is included.
Rib Craft are designed for work and the fact that they are used as life boats speaks volumns as to their credability.
- Lowrence Chart Plotter
- Icom Marine VHF radio
-12V electrical systen
-2 x search lights
MERCURY 60hp EFi petrol outboard motor was fitted in 2016. It has been reportedly been well maintained and after every outing the engine has been fresh water flushed and washed down (typical lifeboat practise).
Power tilt and trim
Engine Hours - under 500hrs from new
Full service history available
Orange Hyperlon Tubes with reinforced areas and hand holds, etc..
Fitted with a Self Righting Inflating Bag mounted on the aft stainless steel gantry.
General fittings associated with the operation