Asis Boats unveils 32-foot amphibious RIB

Asis Boats said it has a new 32-foot amphibious RIB that can achieve 55 mph on the water.
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Asis Boats said special composite material and Kevlar are used in the construction of the new amphibious RIB.

Asis Boats said special composite material and Kevlar are used in the construction of the new amphibious RIB.

Asis Boats said it has a new 32-foot amphibious RIB that can achieve 55 mph on the water.

The company said special composite material and Kevlar are used in the construction of the boat.

Asis said enhancements such as the speed increase are found not only in the on-water performance, but also on the amphibious capabilities provided by Sealegs. The company said the power of the amphibious system’s motor has been doubled and the RIB’s on-land steering system has been upgraded.

Customization to an owner’s preference is available, including custom upholstery, a T-top or a special deck configuration with distinct lighting and electronics.

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