The Stingher 10 metre is the flagship of the range. Designed from the knowledge gained in 30 years boat building, and a passion for perfection. The Stingher 10 metre is equally at home being used a large family sports Rib, as it is when chosen as a Super Yacht tender. Whether used in the Mediterranean, Caribbean or the Solent.
The position of the helm unit is extremely comfortable with its side bolsters giving you very good lateral support, and houses the electric fridge and stainless steel sink. However we do have several styles of alternative seating available.
The main console not only has lots of room for your instruments and gauges on its Carbon fibre facia, it also has a large door in the front, with built in seat, that opens up to reveal a fully operational toilet area that doubles up as a changing room or lockable storage area. The front sundeck has four huge lockers, and an eight seat dining area, complete with detachable table.
It is fitted as standard with an electric windlass, electric shower, bathing platform, bathing ladders, flexi teak decking, bimini cover, fridge and full audio system.
The Rib will take up to twin 350hp engines, although the most popular choice is twin 300hp engines.
The 10 metre was recently tested, at the same time as the Scorpion Sting 10 metre cabin Rib and Hunton 904 inboard by Paul Lemmer on behalf of RIB International in a very choppy force 7 in the Solent. On the day, it was the only Rib to achieve full power at 51 knots, whilst at the same time to remain dry other than side spray from the wind. It was rated by him as one of the most capable 10m hulls available.
We recently had a 10 metre fitted with twin Mercury 350 Sci engines. Capable of 63 knots, and developed by seven times World Champion Neil Holmes. Described by Alex Smith of Sports Boat and Rib magazine in a test as...
What we have here is a fearsomely good boat that I have no doubt with its breadth of abilities and its aggressive pricing will see it toppling some very big names in the World of luxury Ribs.