Red Bay Boats have been building high quality boats at their picturesque home in the North East Antrim coast since their foundation in1977. From their traditional wooden-clinker fishing boats, which they specialized at, in their formative years, they have developed into one of the finest manufacturers of fiberglass boats in the U.K.
Today, their range of fishing boats, their ‘Fastfishers’, have continued to prove a popular buy with both the day fisherman as well as the demanding workboat market. Their experienced design team have established a range of fishing boats, from 12 to 21 feet, which have been renowned for their sea keeping abilities and also a quality build which ensures safety, speed and comfort.
Expert fishing magazines have described their Fastfisher 21 model as ‘ the perfect angling machine’.
Red Bay Boats is an ambitious company, always striving to stay ahead of the market in terms of product quality. As an example of their ability to lead in design development, they began building fiberglass sports boats a number of years ago. They developed their own revolutionary hull design with the result being that their R.I.B. range has been both financially and critically an overwhelming success for their company.
They produce R.I.B.’s varying in size from 4.5 meters for the relative novice, to their prize 9.1 meter Stormforce. Their base in the rugged waters of the north east coast is perfect ribbing territory, allowing their staff to test and review their models on a continual basis, further improving a winning brand.
Red Bay Boats has a small team of highly skilled, experienced staff whose work, in each stage of design, testing, manufacturing, selling and reviewing is of the highest quality available. Almost all of the above stages are done right here on the coast base.
Red Bay Boats is above all geared towards satisfying customer needs. Their emphasis on quality whilst striving to meet these customer requirements, have ensured that both their client base and their product has prospered each and every year.