Aluminium RIBS

Lancer has developed a range of robust high performing Aluminium RIBs to suit the toughest users. The RU and RS models feature Lancer’s patented 3T tube design that maximise hull shape without compromising on the Hypalon collar shape. Aluminium rigid inflatable boats are typically lighter than other types of RIB and offer easy towing or lifting. Using marine grade aluminium on the RIB allows the boats to be driven hard and used waters where hull damage needs to be considered. The Lancer range has sizes from 2.3m to 5.4m, custom larger sizes are available.
RT280 Hypalon Small RIBs – RT230/280A Lightweight Rigid Inflatable Boat designed for maximum stability and load  carrying ability. Featuring Lancer’s Tubes that create the best hydrodynamic hull shape, for a dry seaworthy boat. The wide shallow hull provides an excellent planing surface for maximum performance with low powered engines.  Compact blunt stern for maximum internal length and ease of storage. The hull is made [...]

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RS395 - Sports RIB Ultra Vee – RS340/395The Lancer RS range is intended for operation where sea keeping, stability and safety are combined with the need for speed, light weight and durability. The RS395 incorporates a significant advancement in tube design. The tube features Lancer’s patented “3T” tube design capabilities. The 3T tube permits the advantages of hull form and tube function to work [...]

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RU470 Ultra RIB – RU470/540A distinctive streamlined hull, which features a patented 3T Tube technology. The hull has a fine entry that flares to a moderate Vee. This allows for excellent sea keeping with efficient planing surfaces. A reverse sheer in the buoyancy tube at the bow and a radial bow manage volume an function for a safe practical boat. [...]

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RS1300 Large, Custom RIBsLancer holds 3 consecutive records for the worlds largest rigid in inflatable boats (RIB). During the 80′s Lancer set unprecedented records with tube sizes culminating in a 17m Collar provided for the Australian Navy Submarine programme. This was later beaten in 1996 with two 20m Tubes supplied for America’s cup yachting syndicates.  Lancer currently holds [...]

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