Builder RENIER

Italy

Via Mon. Filippo Pottino, 3 Palerme, 90142

Model range

The brand RENIER produces rigid Inflatable Boats (RIBs). There are 4 models from 6 to 9 meters.

About

History of the company

Italian Renier is a rare company that boasts consistent development in the industry. Founded in 1984, Rita Marsiglia first focused on sales, then on service, and when Luigi Renier joined the family business, the decision was made to take up construction.

The foundation for the shipbuilding business was laid in 2011, and the first prototype was launched in 2014, and only two years later production was launched.

Status

A rich history and a great reputation have done their job. Despite being quite young for the shipyard, at least in the Italian yachting community many people know about Renier boats.

Production

The shipyard started production at its main facility in Palermo. In addition to construction, the shipyard provides services of any complexity for the repair and maintenance of boats up to 15 meters.

Model range

The company is building RIBs with inflatable sides ranging in length from 6 to 9 meters. These are full-fledged tetroconsol boats with outboard or stationary engines designed for comfortable rest at sea.

Features

Despite their modest size, Renier boats stand out with efficiently planned spaces. The boats have multifunctional seating areas that can be transformed into spacious sunbeds or dining areas. It is also possible to increase the functionality with a wide range of additional options.

RENIER boats for sale
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