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Old 11-20-2018, 01:11 PM   #1
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Sold-2011 18' Novurania RIB Fort Lauderdale

This 18' Novurania rigid bottom inflatable was tender on a large yacht which has been sold. The Novurania has a 115 HP Yamaha four stroke with less than 100 hours and the boat comes with a Continental galvanized 2000 pound capacity trailer. Full boat cover, Garmin GPS, VHF radio, and a lifting sling. Overall weight of the boat is 1,530 pounds with half a tank of fuel.
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Old 11-22-2018, 08:55 AM   #2
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I wish I had a boat big enough to lift that thing!

We rented a larger RIB like this once and it sure seemed to take the pounding better than a solid fiberglass boat. Or maybe it was my imagination.
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I wish I had a boat big enough to lift that thing!

We rented a larger RIB like this once and it sure seemed to take the pounding better than a solid fiberglass boat. Or maybe it was my imagination.
You do not need to lift it - you can tow it behind your boat and get all the advantages of a much larger RIB.
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Hmmm. Thatís an interesting idea. I wonder how much more drag that would be compared to my 10í Rib with 15HP Suzuki that only weighs about 230 lbs or so. Plus my boat is already pretty slow and lightly powered with the 110hp engine.
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Hmmm. Thatís an interesting idea. I wonder how much more drag that would be compared to my 10í Rib with 15HP Suzuki that only weighs about 230 lbs or so. Plus my boat is already pretty slow and lightly powered with the 110hp engine.
Hardly any drag at really low speeds or when on plane.
IMHO - the 18-19' RIBS like this one really strike the sweet spot between too small to be really versatile and too big to be easily used.
Our 19' RIB with 115 Yamaha could carry 8 on plane, reach low 50's and tow skiiers and wakeboarders with ease. It was great to go exploring or use to get back and forth from beaches , stores, towns etc.
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This inflatable boat is sold.
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