Ribcraft set to debut Express 32 at fall shows

RIB manufacturer Ribcraft will introduce the Express 32, the largest model the company offers, during the fall boat show season.
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RIB manufacturer Ribcraft will introduce the Express 32, the largest model the company offers, during the fall boat show season.

The boat comes with a deep-vee hull design and a heavy-duty tube.

“The Express 32 represents an exciting chapter for Ribcraft,” Ribcraft president Brian Gray said in a statement. “With the launch of the Express 32, Ribcraft has delivered a cabin RIB that not only offers real all-weather protection, but delivers unparalleled performance and the refinements boaters have come to expect. As the only U.S. manufacturer exclusively dedicated to RIBs, we are proud to build the Express 32 in the United States.”

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