RIB Boats vs. Rubber Dinghies

To concepts that often get confused.

A rubber boat and a RIB (Rigid Inflatable Boat) are both inflatable boats, but there are several differences between the two types of boats:

1. Construction: A rubber boat is made of an inflatable rubber hull, while a RIB has a rigid hull with an inflatable collar.

2. Stability: A RIB is more stable than a rubber boat because the rigid hull provides better stability in the water.

3. Speed: A RIB can typically achieve higher speeds than a rubber boat due to its stiffer hull and better motor.

4. Usage: RIBs are often used in professional and military contexts, while rubber boats are commonly used in recreational activities such as fishing, boating, and diving.

5. Price: Generally, a RIB is more expensive than a rubber boat due to its more advanced design and construction.

6. Maintenance: With RIB boats higher quality, they often require more maintenance than rubber boats since they have more fixed parts that require maintenance.

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SOLAS/IMO-rules typically act as the foundation for the development of vessels on project basis. We have focus on not only the compliance with specific regulatory requirements; but also, on whether the vessels are professionally functional.

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