News and events

In April of this year the google team descended on Loch Ness armed with their trusty street view cameras to record the passage along the famous Loch for all all to see. The only thing missing from the google armoury was a boat and that is where 'Cruise Loch Ness'...

In April of this year the google team descended on Loch Ness armed with their trusty street view cameras to record the passage along the famous Loch for all all to see. The only thing missing from the google armoury was a boat and that is where 'Cruise Loch Ness'...

PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICES FOR AN UPDATED GIGHA TRIP ITINERARY TEL. : 028 217 71331 Tom and Conor are planning the first Redbay customer outing of 2015 for Saturday the 16th of May. So let's get the winter covers off, the tubes pumped, the tanks...

Many of you may have recently become familiar with Svalbard after watching the latest TV sensation 'Fortitude' which is based on the islands. The Svalbard Archipelago is situated mid way between continetal Norway and the Norrth Pole and well within the Atric Circle. The...

Redbay are proud to announce the delivery of the latest 950 Sea Safari RIB to a new customer, Mr Richard Stevens of Jersey Seafari's. Richard has made the Stormforce 950 his vessel of choice for his growing sea safari business. He already operates one vessel on...

It is with a real sense of pride that we are able this week to report the first of our Stormforce 1650 boats entered service as the new Port of Belfast Pilot Boat. Redbay Boats successfully tendered and won the contract to supply Port...

MRL in Southampton have succeeded in their re-invention of our Stormforce 7.4 model. Ed Pedley from MRL felt that it was the perfect size of RIB for an entry level expeditionary cruising boat and with his flair for design he had re-energized a model that...

Redbay Boats would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Looking forward to seeing you afloat in 2015. See our end of year newsletter below. click to read in pdf ...

We will close on Wednesday the 24th of December and re-open on Monday the 5th of January 2015.

We would like to take this opprtunity to thank you all for the continued support and custom throughout 2014 and we look forward to seeing you afloat in 2015.

Merry...