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Old 07 November 2018, 14:47   #1
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How to value.

Now Iíve found out that my rib is a Humber destroyer 5.2 - 5.5, without an engine I was wondering how to value the Rib for either sale or insurance purposes.

The trailer is a Extreme 750kg compact roller trailer, under 12 months old.
It has a baystar steering system fitted, again under 12 months old.

The Rib itself is it good condition, itís a a 2003 Humber destroyer, twin jockey seats, has just had some patches replaced professionally with a company called Ribbit who specialises In manufacture and repair, all in all there are 6 patches, 5 small and 1 large (ish), all tubes hold air, no slow leaks etc.
Hull is in good condition.

Like I said, overall good condition and just awaiting an engine.

Would love peopleís ideas on the rough value of this if thatís possible ?

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By the time you factor in a suitable motor, fuel load and kit I fear a 5.5 Humber plus trailer will be substantially more than the 750kg unbraked rating.
I would imagine this may have an effect on its value.
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By the time you factor in a suitable motor, fuel load and kit I fear a 5.5 Humber plus trailer will be substantially more than the 750kg unbraked rating.
I would imagine this may have an effect on its value.


The Humber destroyer 5.5 dry weight is only 360kgs.

With a 75-90hp 2 stroke weighing between 120kgs - 140kgs.

Total weight of boat and engine using max weight of outboard = 500kgs.

Weight of trailer 170kgs

Add in 50kgs of fuel, and it comes in and a tidy 720kgs towing weight.

I never store gear In the boat for towing, and have also had the boat plus trailer checked by a local mariner to ensure all is good and they gave it the all clear in terms of size of trailer for the size/type of boat.

So unless Iíve got my sums and weights wrong and the mariner are telling me porkies then the trailer and boat are perfectly suited with a bit extra to play with.

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How to value.

What about the weight of the console, steering, controls etc etc
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What about the weight of the console, steering, controls etc etc


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Dry weight is not including different console, seats etc normally, given you only have 30kg to play with I wouldn't be confident that is okay without getting it weighed.

I found this exact thing out at GREAT expense, the dealer even weighed my boat but the drystack forklift was way off. get it to your weight bridge, I bet you are surprised.....i was! . I now have 2 cars, new trailer and bigger marina bill due to the forklift feek up.

Breezeblock had a 5.3 humber and I think it was about 1000kg all up, he may see this and reply and may get you a better idea.

In terms of value, I'd think about 3.5k given time of year. For insurance i would just say 4k, 1k for trailer and 3k for rest, outboard will push it up obviously depending on what you put on there.
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Five grand, maybe four...
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In the 360kg weight?
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I found this exact thing out at GREAT expense
10s of thousands worth, maybe...?
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Dry weight is not including different console, seats etc normally, given you only have 30kg to play with I wouldn't be confident that is okay without getting it weighed.

I found this exact thing out at GREAT expense, the dealer even weighed my boat but the drystack forklift was way off. get it to your weight bridge, I bet you are surprised.....i was! . I now have 2 cars, new trailer and bigger marina bill due to the forklift feek up.

Breezeblock had a 5.3 humber and I think it was about 1000kg all up, he may see this and reply and may get you a better idea.

In terms of value, I'd think about 3.5k given time of year. For insurance i would just say 4k, 1k for trailer and 3k for rest.


Iíll have a drive down the weigh bridge tomorrow get a proper figure .
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