The first model from Rio Yachts’ Max Rib Division is set to make its debut at the 62nd Genoa International Boat Show. The model is the Inagua S, designed by Marino Alfani and the entry level RIB from the Inagua range which, together with the Exuma range, marks a historic step for Rio Yachts as it enters the world of RIBs with its 61 years of history, 141 models produced and more than 100,000 boats sold.
10.10 metres long by 3.30 metres wide, the Inagua S, in terms of external lines, features tubulars that end not with the traditional cone shape, but with a clean cut underlined by the colour of the closure: blue, a colour that has always distinguished Rio Yachts.
A walkaround capable of carrying up 10 people, the Inagua S has, among other features is the particular design of the console (inside it is possible to set up a day toilette) with a notably inclined windshield along with the T-Top supported by two thin pillars. The model will be expected to run on two Mercury Verado 300s. Top speed is predicted to be 50 knots.