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Introducing the Horizon Series Rigid Inflatables


'Horizon Series RIB'    Horizon Yachts    Click Here to view large photo

Horizon Motor Yachts Australia have for many years used various companies to supply inflatable tenders to service its motor yacht range. While for the most part the quality has been good, the company believed it could get better. So it is manufacturing its own.

After scouring the world we decided on a small manufacturer from Quingdao in China who build a range of hypalon rigid bottom inflatable’s of the highest quality. This quality complements the range of Horizon Motor Yachts.

The Horizon range of RIBs features a solid fibreglass hull with 20 degree deadrise for a dry and comfortable ride, the tubes are a massive 45 and 48 cm diameter (depending on model ) and made of the highest quality French Hypalon.

Standard equipment includes a 60 Litre under floor fuel tank along with a gauge on the dashboard, fully drained hatch surrounds allow water to run off rather than run into your lockers, and of course a battery box and battery, automatic bilge pump, anchor tie off point, clip on seat cushions and with a range of optional accessories such as navigation lights, GPS and sounder, teak flooring and more these RIB’s are ideal to be used as a tender or make the perfect runabout for a day on the water.

You don’t need a yacht to have a Horizon RIB -  Horizon Yachts   Click Here to view large photo

HMYA wanted to supply its clients with a high quality RIB that not only fitted their clients' requirements but was attainable at a realistic price, and why not have a matching Horizon Series tender for their brand new Horizon Motor Yacht?

But you don’t need to buy a Horizon Yacht to be able to purchase a Horizon Series Tender. You can pick up the Horizon Series 3.8m RIB and outboard package (Yamaha 30Detol 2-stroke Power trim/oil injected) for $17,900 and the Horizon Series 4.3m RIB and outboard package (Yamaha 50Detol 2-stroke Power trim/oil injected) for just $24,900.

For details on the Horizon Series RIBs call the HMYA office on Tel: (07) 5577 9009 or visit www.hmya.com.au


by Horizon Motor Yachts Australia

  

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