Builder Pischel


Model range

The brand Pischel produces rigid Inflatable Boats (RIBs). There are 1 model 6.9 meters.


History of the company

German company Pishel is one of the leaders in production of RIB boats with inflatable sides. The founder and director is engineer Conrad Pischel, the third generation shipbuilder. His grandfather built boats and his father Claus Pischel was the creator of the legendary rib Pischel Bolero. Until 2002, his son and father worked together, but in 2003 Conrad founded his own company Pischel Conrad Bootsbau, with the goal of bringing this design to a new technological level.

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Production .

Pischel Conrad Bootsbau is based in Troisdorf, Germany. Since December 2011, the company has launched a new production facility with an area of 1100 square meters. Composite hulls and cylinders from DuPont high strength polymer Hypalon are manufactured by Italian contractors with impeccable reputation.

Model range

The yard's portfolio includes a wide range of boats from lightweight 2-meter tenders to 11-meter models with closed cabin. The Concept Jet series is interesting in the use of waterjet propulsion, which is a rarity for this class of boats. Diver, in turn, is of great interest to all scuba diving enthusiasts.


On a background of other manufacturers of vessels with inflatable sides Pischel is distinguished by possibility of manufacturing of completely custom-made custom-made boats. In addition, the use of water cannons on the company's boats is possible, which expands the scope of their application.

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