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09/05/2012 - Easdale RIB Rendezvous
Seafari Adventures who also trade as Humber/Quinquari North hosted the second Easdale RIB Rendezvous over the Spring Bank Holiday weekend. The Rendezvous attracted over 40 RIBs. We estimate there were around 14 Humbers at the event. Seafariís 11m Humber/Quinquari cabin RIB Celtic Voyager acted as cover boat during the weekend. Blessed with sunshine and calm seas the RIBs headed towards Salen, Loch Sunart. Many then circumnavigated the Isle of Mull. On the Sunday the fleet headed to the Garvellachs and on to The Gulf of Corryvreckan
08/05/2012 - Palling Volunteer Rescue Service
Palling Volunteer Rescue Service researched the options to replace their existing craft and decided on the Humber Ocean Pro 5.7m for its robust heavy duty build and sea keeping qualities, making it an ideal choice for the East Coast operations.
The craft is designed to carry 3 crew members plus survivors during rescue.
The engine and its systems were used from the previous boat, and installed by Goodchild Marine who also modified the existing self-righting frame, installed radios, GPS, AIS and a plotter into the new console.
The craft has undergone initial sea trails and exceeded all expectations, running comfortably at over 30 knots.
Humber would like to take this opportunity to wish the crew and volunteers of Palling Rescue every future success.
03/02/2012 - Further craft for Briggs Marine
Humber Ribs receive furhter orders for Commercial Safety vessels for Briggs Marine Environment.
The Destroyer 5.3m RIB is one of the smallest vessle that will comply with the MCA CAT 4 Commercial Operators Code and will be carried on board a mothership for use in the Environment & Conservation.