Powerboat & RIB Magazine and Powerboat Training UK join forces to introduce to you our Academy; a series of video’s to help you learn boating skills; helping to develop your skills further and have fun on the water safely.
Welcome to the Boating News Show! Coming up, we look at this months’s news from the world of boating. We have an incredible and stunning give away, not only for adults but kiddos too! We check out some new kit from Humminbird with their new APEX MFD. Gill launch some new jackets, MDL announce the […]
Powerboat & RIB are delighted to continue our series of instructional videos. During the first lockdown, these were online live streams in a classroom environment. Between lockdowns, we have been able to get out to film some of these lessons live for you to enjoy. We start our new practical series with an absolute must […]
Welcome to our Beyond The Horizon campaign. Covid permitting, over the next 12 months, the PBR team plan to lean on decades of expedition and cruising experience to highlight the fantastic adventures that can be had along the UK & Irelands coastline. The aim is to inspire adventure boating and build our viewers confidence, helping […]
This new gyroscopic stabiliser looks to cater for boats from 30 to 80 ft. The growing field of gyroscopic stabilisation in the pleasure boat world has always been the reserve of Seakeeper. For the last two decades, US-based Seakeeper have taken gyro vessel stabilisation for the private boater from a concept to reality. However, there […]
Powerboat & RIB present the first ever boat test of the ALL NEW Axopar 22. Tom & Aaron head to Helsinki to put the new pocket rocket through its paces. Read the full review in the latest issue (166Jan/Feb 21) of Powerboat & RIB Magazine. (Register for the free digital edition here https://www.powerboatandrib.com/free-digital-edition)
Join PBR on our exclusive launch walk through of the all new Axopar 22 Spyder and X Jobe Revolve Edition. A full on water test is available on a separate video.
A diesel outboard engine light enough to be used on an inflatable. The lightweight diesel outboard, seen by many in the commercial and military sectors as the holy grail in terms of small-craft propulsion, has been a long time coming ‒ that is, until now. British company Amaroq have been developing a 72kg 697cc 50hp […]