Subversive character

The yard well known for its durable and versatile RIBs, SACS has unleashed its latest model, the Rebel 40, which made its debut at Cannes Yachting Festival.

10 December 2018


The Rebel 40 offers the same sporting character and winning lines as its larger stable mates, but in more compact dimensions.

As with the entire SACS range, the Rebel 40 combines the best features of a traditional dayboat and a RIB.

Built with a high performance hull and sturdy tubes, the Rebel 40 delivers safety and comfort in an exciting ride. Equipped with ample amenities on board, this latest model includes a wide bathing platform in the aft, complete with huge folding sun beds, two comfortable chaise lounges and a soft sundeck towards the bow.

The cockpit includes space for entertaining via L-shaped sofas and with table and kitchen modules.

The Rebel 40 allows extended interior space through its specially designed D-shape tubes, with wide lateral passageways extending to the bow.


The stylish design of the hard top extends down to the front of the centre console, merging with the front sunbeds.

Down below, the lower deck features a queen size cabin with considerable height and brightness for a RIB in this category, and includes a bathroom equipped with a separate toilet and shower and an aft cabin.

The Rebel 40 is fitted out with two 370 Volvo Penta D6 engines as standard, capable of speeds of up to 40 knots. With this latest model, SACS introduces another aggressive performer.

The Rebel 40 will reach Australian shores in the new year.



  • Length (LOA) – 12.32 metres
  • Beam (BOA) – 3.96 metres
  • Length of Hull -10.70 metres
  • Beam of Hull – 3.92 metres
  • Displacement – 8500kg
  • Maximum Horsepower – 2 x 560hp
  • Engine – 2 x 370 Volvo Penta D6
  • Top Speed – 40 knots
  • Price – AU$990,000



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