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Arima Construction

At Arima, we pride ourselves on the quality of boat we manufacture and produce. Quality construction goes into every component of an Arima boat. From dual hull construction to fiberglass stringers (Not Wood!). In addition, all our models are foam injected, thoroughly documented, and exceed Coast Guard requirements for safety.

Arima Boats uses the highest quality components!

 

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Pre-Foamed Liner

Foam filled & Sealed Arima Stringer System

Foam filled & Sealed
Arima Stringer System

Pre-Foamed Hull & Liner Assembly

Pre-Foamed Hull &
Liner Assembly

Foam being filled again between Hull & Liner creates the 'unsinkable' Arima Boat

Foam being filled again
between Hull & Liner creates
the ‘unsinkable’ Arima Boat

Gel Coating

Gel Coating

Laminating

Laminating

Interior Assembly

Interior Assembly

Deck Assembly

Deck Assembly

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Our boats are safe, economical, and easy to handle. Arima Boats are designed for smaller engines enabling them to run and plane at very low speeds, reducing gas consumption. They can be towed by smaller, more economical cars and stored easily in most standard garages. Our deep cockpits and wide hulls give you a more comfortable, stable, “I am safe” feeling, allowing you to relax and become one with the environment and the sea, the way boating was intended to be. With an Arima, you can troll straight without holding the wheel, allowing you to concentrate on landing the big one.

In addition, launching the boat is a breeze. Since you do not need to back your trailer down to the deepest part of the launch ramp, launching your boat is painless, and you do not need to buy a new truck just because you bought one of our boats. Launch them with the family car!

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You demand safety? We provide it! Pictured above left, our main load capacity test. This Sea Chaser is loaded down with 12,000 pounds of lead and is still afloat. Pictured above right, we put holes in the bottom of this Sea Hunter and then loaded it down with 650 pounds of lead. Unsinkable!