Revenger Rigid Inflatable Boats

History of Revenger Boat Co.Ltd.
The first boat in the Revenger range to appear was the Revenger 25 sports cruiser. Derivatives of the 25 resulted in the 'Sports Cruiser', followed by the 'Volante', 'Mediterranee', 'San Marino' and 'Monza'.

Revenger Boat Company has an enviable reputation in offshore racing and the range of boats have collected numerous championships since 1980.
The 'Sports cruiser' was the choice of many offshore powerboat races in the cruiser class. This boat, 'Sherry & Haycock' once owned by the Countess of Arran as 'Laura Lucy' then owned and driven by William Haycock, completed many races successfully. Other Sports Cruisers won many line honours and the single engined 'Disprin the Fast One' driven by Colin Stewart finished 1st in class and 6th overall in the 1984 Round Britain race.

The 'Volante' was the luxury version of the Mediterranee with wrap around windscreen, onboard drinks cooler, sundeck and extra padding for that luxurious feel. This too could be powered by engines up to 400hp for inboards or twin 225hp outboards.

The 'Mediterranee' with the pedigree and heritage of the 25ft Sport Cruiser was ideal for offshore competition. This model was not just for racing but had been designed for the owner who enjoyed the possiblity of competition and yet required the same boat to have wider family orentated applications
San Marino

The 'San Marino' was and still is, an outstanding high performance day boat. It featured the reassuring deep Vee hull for comfort and safety at speeds in excess of 70 mph, depending on the chosen engine.

Later to follow was the remarkable 30 foot Monza which boasted 70 mph, many standard luxury features, performance and excellent stability at all speeds in the most severe sea conditions.