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Ribeye PRIME SIX77

2016 | 6.7m


A stunning PRIME SIX77 has just landed at Ribeye HQ on our brokerage scheme and it is fully loaded with specification!

Designed and built right here in Dartmouth this 6.8m Ribeye PRIME is one of the most luxurious RIBs on the used market, the hull which was designed in conjunction with renowned powerboat designer Adam Younger. Like any Ribeye, this PRIME SIX77 has incredible sea keeping capabilities and could comfortably take you to France, giving you a safe and dry ride for your guests.

The previous owner didn’t hold back when it came to the specification and has designed a beautiful leisure boat that will be fantastic for those long Summer days on the water boasting Scot suspension seats you are sure to feel the benefit from when slicing through the chop.

With quilted red upholstery this boat is sure to turn some heads and get you out on the water straight away.

This boat is waiting for its in-depth valet, however, if this boat takes your interest we’d love to hear from you and talk through the specification in greater detail.


  • RIBEYE PRIME SIX77 (Grey Gelcoat, Military grey/Black Impression Effect Tube)
  • Yamaha F200
  • Bow Seat (Quilted Silvertex Red Upholstery with Carbon Piping)
  • Drainable Anchor Locker
  • Jump Seat
  • Elite Console
  • Deck Lights
  • Underwater Transom Lights
  • VHF
  • Chart plotter
  • Soundsystem
  • Custom Glove Box
  • 2 x Scot Suspension Seat
  • Sculptured Rear Seat
  • Aft Boarding
  • Removable Wake Board Rack
  • Structural Ski Mast with Towing Point
  • Fabric Cowling Cover
  • Individual Covers
  • Full mooring Cover
  • Mooring Kit
  • Trailer
  • Towing Kit

PRICE: £63,995

Please Note: In this transaction, we are acting as Brokers only. We are informed that this sale is/is not related to the Owner’s business, trade or profession Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed and inspected, sea trialled and opened up.