– F-RIB 360 (newer model with factory fitted rubber keel guard)- F-RIB seats and paddles- F-RIB comfort pack seat bag and 2x seat cushions- Factory fitted F-RIB launch wheels- Bravo BTP12 12v pump and rechargeable motorcycle battery (+ back-up foot pump) – 15hp Johnson GT10 37kg 2-stroke, with a couple of kill chords – Hulk 12l and Plastimo 30l fuel tanks, with fuel lines and priming bulbs- Outboard carry bag (makes lifting/carrying the outboard easier and keeps your car from getting grubby)- Outboard tiller extension – Fulton outboard transom lockF-RIBs are better than any SIB due to the hard hull, which makes the boat handle better, go faster and much easier to get air out and pack away. They take minutes to setup and they’re very seaworthy. Mine does 20 knots carrying 2 adults and, on a good day, I’ll go out 5 miles off shore and do a good 35 nautical miles or so. Lots more info and videos can be found at the company’s website here:http://foldablerib.comFolded, the boat is approximately 110x90x45cm and squeezes in to most cars with a bit of juggling and the rear seats down. It fits in to the boot of my Landrover Discovery 4, with 5 seats still in use!Feel free to ask any questions. Here’s a load more detail about the boat which should cover most bases, along with close-up pictures showing the condition of the boat as clearly as poss…I got the F-RIB new in June 2017, so it’s got another year left on the F-RIB 36 month warranty. I’ve used it 20-30 times and I’ve mollycoddled the keel, carefully setting the boat up on rubber launch mats, or soft grass and never driving it into the beach. A bit overprotective perhaps as it has the factory keel guard, but the upshot is that the keel is in great condition and glass smooth bar some light surface marks and a couple of the usual small chips at the joins (see pictures).The tubes are in good condition, with some expected light scuffing (see pictures). When not used, the boat has been kept indoors out of sunlight and I’ve wiped down and dried it after being on the water. I got one tube professionally patched no expense spared through my boat insurance last year after a submerged sharp barnacle put a small hole in the back of it in the shallows. On F-RIB HQ’s recommendation, RIB Shop in Southampton did the work, adding an identical cosmetic patch to the opposite tube using colour-matched official F-RIB 1100 GSM Mirasol PVC giving the repair a factory finish (see pictures). The repair came with a one year warrant and, in the words of RIB Shop, will last the lifetime of the boat. I’ve kept the boat pumped up for several days at a time and it’s never lost pressure or needed topping up. Also, F-RIB HQ have just done some warranty work on the rear bulkhead, upgrading this to the latest solid bulkhead design which eliminates the usual slight water ingress.I bought the 15hp 1992 Johnson GT10 2-stroke from SE F-RIBS with the boat. Its paint is cosmetically scruffy, but it’s mechanically sound. The outboard has been professionally inspected and serviced just before I bought it along with removing the carb restrictor plate. This outboard had been run at 10hp for all but the last two years of its life, so has had an easy ride!Since then, I’ve done some work on the outboard, refreshing the throttle twist grip and assembly, the pull start handle and throttle interlock spring with official Johnson OEM parts. At the backend of last year, I stripped, cleaned and rebuilt the carb, although there was no gumming. And the outboard has always been flushed with fresh water after use. I thought about getting a newer 4 stroke outboard, but nothing offers the same power to weight ratio or is as small, light, simple or transportable as the 37kg Johnson. It gets the F-RIB 360 to 20 knots with 2 adults and can be carried and stored any way up without worrying about sump oil fouling the plugs, as you get with newer 4-strokes. I’m selling my F-RIB 360 as I’ve enjoyed my time on the water so much, I’ve decided to enter the market for a bigger boat in 17-20 foot range. The F-RIB is such a capable bit of kit and so convenient for transporting in the back of a car, I would keep it if I could justify owning two boats. However, I’m looking at expensive running and maintenance costs with a bigger vessel and roughly 5+ times the purchase cost, and that’s for something that’s 10 years old!Collection from East Horsley (just off M25 junction 10, 15mins away from Guildford), KT24. Delivery could be arranged within a reasonable radius for an additional fee, but I would need cleared funds beforehand.
Current Price: £3295.00
This F-rib 360 Folding Rib (rigid Inflatable Boat), Outboard Engine & Extras boat is located in Leatherhead, KT24 6QT and is being sold on eBay by shopandstuff1.