MY OTHER BOAT

The Ar­gos Nau­tic 396 pro­vides leg - stretch­ing in­te­rior space, and op­tions on col­ors and tex­tures.

Yachting - - CONTENTS - By Kevin Koenig Take the next step: ar­gos­nau­tic.com

The Ar­gos Nau­tic 396 can be out­fit­ted with up to 70 horse­power. She makes 26 to 31 knots and has enough room for five peo­ple.

The ar­gos nau­tic 396 stands out among sim­i­lar-size RIBs for two rea­sons. One is her in­te­rior vol­ume. The 13-foot6-inch-long RIB has a beam of 6 feet 8 inches, cre­at­ing legroom for as many as five peo­ple, more than can fit com­fort­ably aboard some other boats of this length. The sec­ond rea­son is her myr­iad op­tions. Own­ers can choose col­ors, tex­tures and fin­ishes, in­clud­ing those that match the lit­tle boat to the 70- to 100-foot yachts this ten­der is de­signed to ser­vice. Power is a 40 to 70 hp out­board. Whom It’s For: The 396 is a log­i­cal choice for the owner who wants some be­spoke op­tions aboard a davit-ready RIB that can fit the whole fam­ily. Pic­ture This: You’re an­chored just off Stock­ing Is­land in the Ex­u­mas re­gion of the Ba­hamas, and across the water you see fun at the Chat ’n’ Chill is in full swing on the beach. Your wife feels like chat­ting. You feel like chill­ing. The kids just want to feed the st­ingrays. And there’s room for ev­ery­body to head ashore aboard the Ar­gos Nau­tic 396.

TUBE RIDE Ar­gos Nau­tic will re­place the ten­der’s in­flat­able tubes for up to one year, free of charge.

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