5 Reasons to order your Ninigret 22 now

Classic 22' wooden power boat at speed, custom built in Cork Ireland by Roeboats

The Roeboats Ninigret 22 :

  1. exudes all the style and elegance that you could wish for
  2. is affordable and ready to go for only €29,500 including 30 hp engine and rollercoaster trailer (22,500 boat only)
  3. has Low maintenance costs due to fuel efficiency and durable, eco-friendly construction
  4. is comfortable with its sea kindly hull form and large deep cockpit with seating for 6 .
  5. and Worldwide Shipping can be arranged.

Order now by calling Tiernan Roe on +353 (0)86 158 69 37 or by using the contact form below.

For more information on why wood is the best boat building material look here

For more photos of the finished boat see hereClassic 22' 2 berth powerboat aft view, custom built in Cork Ireland, For Sale

Roeboats, Ballydehob, Co. Cork, t:+353 (0)28 38973 m: +353 (0)86 158 69 37 e:roeboats@ymail.com

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3 thoughts on “5 Reasons to order your Ninigret 22 now

  1. Tiernan,

    Beautiful work. The Ninigret has been one of my favorite boats for a long time– a great example of how sensible design never goes out of style. And it looks like you have made just the right updates in materials to retain the simple virues of the original while reducing maintenance and improving longevity.

    What a sensible combination of traditional good looks, moderate performance, seakeeping ability, and modern construction and propulsion.

    And an impressive value, too.

    Congratulations!

    Bob Stephens
    Stephens Waring and White Yacht Design
    Brooklin, Maine, USA

  2. I am the proud owner of a Ninigret here in the States – California – and it was built by Tony Bries in Wisconsin. I have had it for better than ten years and regularly take it out in the Pacific. Tony no longer builds boats – and I am so happy to see that you are doing so. When I pull into the fuel station in Newport Beach – people get off their megayachts to look at this beautiful boat. Congratulations on keeping this boat alive. Gordon

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