- Tax Status
- Tax Paid
- Boat Type
- RB Ref
- Engine Make
- 1 x Evinrude ETEC 90
- Engine Count
- Burnham-on-Crouch, Burnham-on-Crouch
- United Kingdom
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About this Ballistic 5.5
Ballistic RIBs are highly regarded for their practicality, high quality of construction (including Hypalon tubes) and all-round abilities, often compared to Ribcraft and Ribeye. This Ballistic 5.5 RIB is presented in very good condition having clearly been lightly used and well cared for. Fitted with the desirable Evinrude ETEC 90 for a great blend of performance, economy and low maintenance costs, with recent Simrad combined chart plotter/fishfinder and complete with a galvanised road trailer, all ready to enjoy. A great package that represents excellent value for money in a condition that would put many far younger RIBs to shame!
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Fitted with what is considered to be the optimal leisure seating configuration at this size - individual helm and navigators jockey seats with a large aft bench seat and small forward bench seat providing safe comfortable seating for up to 6 people. All seats are upholstered in premium grade marine vinyl and the inventory includes a double A frame with towing eye for watersports, removable picnic table, swim steps, deck lights and a built-in Fusion stereo system with speakers, all in superb condition.
Located on transom, Evinrude ETEC 90 V4 2-stroke direct injection petrol outboard motor. Single lever controls with power trim/tilt and electric start. Hydraulic wheel steering. Aluminium propeller. Stainless steel 90L fuel tank. Rev counter, tilt indicator and fuel gauge.
The engine and all associated systems have been lightly used and well maintained from new. It was last serviced professionally in winter 2018 ready for the 2019 season and has been lightly used since. The Evinrude ETEC range are very popular with commercial users due to their durability, low servicing costs and extended servicing periods, resulting in far lower operating costs than many of their 4-stroke rivals.
2 x 12v Batteries charged via engine alternator. Electrical distribution panel. Battery isolator switches.
- Anchor with chain and warp
- Stainless steel double A frame with towing eye
- Fitted heavy duty tonneau cover
- Picnic table
- Danforth steering compass
- ICOM M421 DSC VHF radio
- Simrad combined GPS colour chart plotter and fishfinder (new 2019)
- Fusion marine stereo system with speakers
- Navigation lights
- 2 x Flood/search lights mounted on A frame
- Electric bilge pump
- Indespension Rollercoaster galvanised 2-wheel braked road trailer (all up tow weight believed to be approx. 900kg)
Ballistic 5.5 built by Ballistic Ribs in 2006. White deep V wide beam GRP multi-chine hull with reverse scallopes to deflect spray away. Oversized low mounted (to increase stability and further reduce spray) light grey Hypalon tubes with grab handles to port and starboard, dark blue reinforcing/styling panels and a heavy duty rubbing strake. Moulded deck with bow anchor locker, large helm console with integrated forward seat, grab bars and screen, individual helm and navigators jockey seats and large aft bench seat. Stainless steel double A frame with towing eye.
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General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.