New boats: Brig N700
The versatility of rigid inflatable boats is unquestioned. The Brig N700 is a new model that will carry everyone you know.
Straight outta the Ukraine and following its Gold Coast International Marine Expo, the new Brig Navigator 700 rigid inflatable boat (RIB) is bound to find plenty of fans this summer.
This 7m rigid hull inflatable boat seats 11 of your mates in comfort, with a whopping payload of 1800kg while weighing in at just 700kg.
This new model from Brig Boats is designed as a crossover all-purpose vessel, slotting in between the Brig Falcon and Eagle ranges. The N700 will suit diverse roles from rugged yacht tender, to roomy dayboat or family fun machine.
This Brig Boat is built with safety features that families will appreciate, including the solid fibreglass hull construction, anti-skid deck surface, and tough Hypalon tubes, with the option of black or white body.
The Brig N700 appeals to those seeking performance thrills, which will satisfy their urge at the helm of a single 225hp engine (recommended maximum). There’s even a twin-engine option, fed from a 340lt fuel tank.
Along with an enormous 2.8m beam, the Brig N700 has a self-draining floor, full-width rear seat with storage, double helm, and a stainless steel arch with nav lights and tow point for watersports.
There’s also a swag of extras which come standard from all Brig boats – a bimini, Sunbrella seat cushions, windscreen grabrail and built-in davit lifting points.
Brig Australia’s Neil Webster says the N700 is a big boat for the price and the largest in the Brig Navigator Series.
"The N700 will appeal to a lot of people – for a luxury yacht as a tender, for anglers, skiers, and families looking for a dayboat," he said.
"It boasts a functional design, it’s roomy and has a high carrying capacity – 11 is a lot of people in a 7m boat."
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BRIG N700 RIGID INFLATABLE BOAT SPECIFICATIONS
MATERIAL Fibreglass/Hypalon tubes
WEIGHT 700kg (dry)
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