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Inboard inflatable boat 33
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inboard inflatable boat
inboard inflatable boat
inboard inflatable boat
inboard inflatable boat
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Motor type
Power source
Hull type
Deck layout
center console, open
Intended use
for extreme conditions
Number of places
12-person max.
Deck features
sundeck, roll-bar, with T-top
Other characteristics

33'07" (10.24 m)


The PROTECTOR CENTER CONSOLE 33 is a custom model that has been commissioned by previous owners who were looking for additional deck space for entertainment and race team support. PROTECTOR CENTER CONSOLE 33 offers a ton of deck space for sails and gear in additional to additional luxury bench seating behind the helm and at the transom. The PROTECTOR CENTER CONSOLE 33 is the perfect tender, coach boat, or day boat that can be customized to suit your year round boating needs. Basic design considerations include a large anchor locker for under-bow automated anchoring, luxury rear bench seat with the option for additional bench seating behind the helm. The PROTECTOR CENTER CONSOLE 33′ RIB engine wells have also been enlarged to accommodate today’s larger V-6 four stroke Outboards. CENTER CONSOLE RIB SPECIFICATIONS Length Overall: 33’6” Waterline Length: 28’3” Beam Inflated: 9’6” Beam Deflated: 8’3” Draft: 25” with average load Weight: approx 6,000 lbs with motors, 7,000 lbs fully loaded with fuel & equipment Fuel Capacity: 150 gallons Deadrise (aft/fwd): 18°/57° Max Horsepower: Twin 350 Outboards / Inboard Diesel Person Capacity: 12 Top Speed: 58 MPH Cruise Speed: 32 MPH Range at Cruise: 280 Miles CENTER CONSOLE SPONSONS PROTECTOR Hypalon sponson with Armour Guard chafe resistant rub rails and nose cone Chambers: 7 Standard Colors: Black, Dark Grey, Red, Yellow, Dark Blue, White
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