Originally Posted by Polwart
I think the OP is aware of that:
You'll find them referred to as Rigid Buoyant Boats (RBBs) in some places.
I got a warm welcome here (a bit to my surprise) when I bought an RBB and joined here. They have some advantages, they may have some disadvantages. Feel free to speculate on what they might be. But just like every boat it is a compromise at the end of the day.
I like your boat when I say it at the big swim last august, that day cost me £2000 ! had to get the Engine rebuilt on the car! I was thinking all benefits without the slashing and bashing...I thought good boat to leave in dinghy park, they put engine on when needed.
you coming down this year? 13 th August , I might not be as stressed...