With the Flaar 5.3 we offer for the home and foreign sailing clubs a more cost-effective alternative for overseeing smaller sailboats, organizing sailing camps. Instead of the big sizes and the plenty of extras we emphasized the great cost–performance ratio. We would like to offer an attainable RIB (Rigid Inflatable Boat) for the trainers of smaller lakes, where the modest design and less power output is enough, but still it’s important to have a professional work equipment. We wanted also the boat to be ideal for use on Europe’s bigger lakes, where these kinds of boats power output is often limited to 40HP.
Innovative D hypalon tubes
Thanks to the innovative D shaped tubes the boat combines the positive features of rigid and RIB powerboats, its inner space is bigger thus it offers more stowage boxes and more room for your work.
Low fuel consumption
The Suzuki Lean Burn technology and the shape of the hull ensure very low fuel consumption.
Considering the inner design, the boat can carry 7 persons, so it is a good choice for organizing camps.
Huge stowage boxes
Thanks to the composite sides, big stowage boxes were placed under the front and back seats, plus a waterproof glove compartment and a further stowage box in the wheelhouse offer more space for storage.
Vacuum infused fiberglass reinforced vinylester hull in sandwich structure
Can be licenced to carry up to 7 persons
Suzuki Lean Burn 40/60 LE 4-stroke outboard engine (3 year overall warranty)
Tachometer, hour meter, fuel gauge
Built-in tank of 55 l capacity
ORCA Hypalon tube
Tow eye placed on the back of the seat
Trailer suitable for transport on public roads
Frame for transportation of dinghies
Required safety equipment
Length overall (Lmax)
Length of waterline (LWL)
Max beam (B)
Mass at full load (Gmax)
max. 60 LE
Built-in fuel tank
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