- 26 (ft.) 7 (in.)
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- Outboard 4 Stroke
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Sheribaby was delivered in August 2012 and used only a handful of times since. She has just 25 hours on her new Yamaha 300 engine. Professionally maintained and stored inside during the off season, she represents a tremendous value and savings over a new boat. The boat's soft, comfortable, and dry ride is unmatched.
The four pod seats behind the console allow for comfortable and safe seating. The aft bench seat is large enough for three adults. There is also seating in front of the console. The antenna arch has a solid drop-down swim ladder and landing pad. Other options include console cover, full USCG safety gear, new bottom paint, KeelGuard, Cupholders, T-top with electronics box, tube boarding wear patches, tube grab handles, paddle/hook retianers, Garmin 5208 GPSMAP, Icom VHF, Fusion stereo, 12v outlet, Armstrong transom extension, and roller trailer.
The blue tube with grey rubstrake and a white pin strip coupled with white upholstery is striking.
Sheribaby is available for immediate delivery.
- Manufacturer Provided Description
- Relied upon by military and commercial users for its high level of stability, the 7.8 is also ideal for exploring and customizable for virtually any on-water activity. The a long steep sheer towards the bow, an impressive deep V hull, and the highest of construction standards proves herself time and time again to the most discerning boaters. The internal composite grid system designed to ABS engineering standards makes the 7.8 incredibly strong yet surprisingly lightweight. Built for commercial use regardless of the customer, the standard tube set found on the RIBCRAFT 7.8 features seven air chambers with pressure relief valves, overlapped and doubled up seams, and reinforcing all pressure and wear points.
- The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.