10 Nov Redbay continue to lead the market with bespoke dive boats
October proved to be as busy as ever for Redbay with four new deliveries through the month. The last two boats to run of the production line were both dive boats, one for a Government Department and the other for returning customer Mullingar Sub-Aqua club. The flexibility of the Redbay designs continues to win the company some very interesting orders. Redbay realise that serious users have very specific applications for their boats which must be incorporated into the design.
Next month should see Redbay launch two new models, keep a tight eye on the web for the latestdevelopments.
Centre for Maritime Archaeology Dive/Survey RIB which includes the following specification:
- Twin Evinrude E-Tec 90 Hp outboards
- Raymarine C80 GPS chartplotter with DSM deopth sounding
- MCA Category 4 coding
- Removable 10 position bottle rack
Mullinag Sub-Aqua Club – the 2nd Redbay to join the family
another dive boat
This is the second boat to be purchased by the Mullingar Sub-Aqua Club. It is identical in design to the clubs existing Stormforce 7.4 albeit shorter as it has been built as a Stormforce 6.5.
The boat has some very nice features including a bottle rack with integrated flip-up pod seat/ leaning post. It has also been fitted with the latest Hummindird echo sounder, the997c which can display very accurate seabed images in 3D, the unit can also download these on to a flash card for review back on shore on a home PC.
The specification includes:
Humminbird 997 c Colour chartplotter/fishfinder
12 position bottle rack