Courtesy of SeaLegs International

Interceptor 9000


The Interceptor 9000 is the world’s largest amphibious Rigid Inflatable Boat (RIB) and is manufactured by SeaLegs.

Bigger and badder?: A welcome addition to SeaLegs’ inventory, the Inceptor is longer and heavier than its sister crafts, with about double the fuel capacity of smaller Sealegs like the 6.1M RIB and the ability to carry a larger crew.

Speed demon: This Interceptor 9000 comes equipped with the usual SeaLegs package: an automatic braking system, all-wheel drive and power steering for land and water, and with a dual propulsion system with an on and off board engine, the Inceptor can reach higher speeds, making it easier to catch the bad guys or come to the rescue.

Hardly a shock: The craft has eight shock-absorbent seats – a needed accessory given the power and speed capabilities of this craft.


Length: 9m
Height: 2.45m
Speed: 42 knots (water), 7 kph (land)
Maximum Payload: 500kg

  • Company: SeaLegs

  • Type: Manned Boats

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  • Link: Product Website

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