John McAleese Marine
11 Terryhoogan Road, Scarva, Portadown, Co. Armagh, BT63 6NF, Ireland
Agents for:Aquador, Bayliner, Bella, Flipper, Indespension, Mariah, Mercury, Mercury MerCruiser, Parker RIBs, Quicksilver, Raider, Tahoe, Valiant
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Raider 16 Cuddy

The Raider 16 Cuddy is an excellent family sea boat, with a stable and comfortable ride. Appealing to anglers, divers, skiers or anyone who wants a safe, practical competitively priced craft that will perform in all conditions. The heavy reverse chine hull offers excellent sea keeping qualities with a comfortable dry ride and will tackle the roughest of waters. Attractive styling with an emphasis on practicality, the Raider 16 maximises available space. Exceptional freeboard and wide beam combine to give designed-in safety and protection from the elements. The cleverly incorporated cabin area allows for a multitude of uses to suit your requirements. With a vast 50sq ft cockpit floor area leading to the low entry swim platform, the Raider 16 shows off its versatile pedigree.

Specifications

LOA16'0 (4.87m)
Beam7'0 (2.13m)
Draft11 (0.28m)
Weight992 lbs (450kg)
Height overall7'9 (2.36m)
Wheelhouse headroom6'5 (1.95m)
Bridge clearance6'6 (2.03m)
Freeboard3'0 (0.91m)
Maximum power75HP

Raider 16 Cuddy Concept

The Raider 16 is a safe, practical craft that will perform in all conditions. The heavy reverse chine hull offers excellent sea keeping qualities with a comfortable dry ride, and will tackle the roughest of waters. Attractive styling with an emphasis on practicality, the Raider 16 maximises available space. The integral wheelhouse or cuddy and exceptional freeboard combine to give designed-in safety and protection from the elements. The cleverly incorporated cabin area allows for a multitude of uses to suit your requirements. With a vast 50sq ft cockpit floor area leading to the low entry swim platform the Raider 16 shows its versatile pedigree.

Raider 16 Cuddy Construction

The Raider 16 is built using isothalic gel coats (a barrier to osmosis) and bi-axial cloth, which is stitched to chopped strand mat. This makes for a lighter, stronger boat that will absorb mechanical shock far better than conventional materials. During lamination, the cloth is overlapped by 8" on the keel and bilges, giving double the thickness and greater strength. The decks are bonded onto a chassis which is also bonded into the hull whilst it is still in the mould. This holds the hull in shape and provides correct stress loading throughout, both prior to being released, and from then on. This unique 'boat with chassis' design gives the boat enormous strength.

Standard Equipment

Standard features and equipment include : Swivel helm seat, mid ship and stern cleats, bow roller, stainless steel bow rail, bow mooring post, escape hatch, self draining anchor locker, stainless steel hand rails, non return steering system, manual bilge pump.

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