I like Dave M's pic there (nice angle between boats) - how do you find towing the larger rib with the little'n?
Thanks for that. No problems with handling provided it is set up right. We have put a couple of yachts around the thirty foot mark back onto their moorings after casualty services or as one guy this year after he had snapped his drive shaft and didn't want to risk sailing thru our congested drying moorings with an onshore wind. All ok provided you remember you are now driving a big boat and towing a rudder equipped boat when possible get the casualty to steer in unison with you. Loads of brownie points in the yacht club, not to mention a few pints or so!
The other problem the yotties have here is grounding on the mudbanks on a dropping tide. Use a rope from their masthead to the rib and use it to heel them over so that their keel frees whilst they drive for'ard with the engine-works a treat but you do have visions of ending up dangling from their mast as you take the power off!