Boating enthusiasts will be watching the Sydney International Boat Show in 2010 with the worldwide launch of the new Eagle 780, the largest Brig inflatable boat ever built. Brig has been 2 years developing the Eagle 780 and the company isn’t taking this global launch lightly, flying in 4 heavyweights from Europe especially for the occasion.
This new rigid inflatable boat from Brig really brings inflated fun to the water. At 7.8 metres long (26 feet to you Imperialists) and 2.95 metres wide, you can fit everything you need into this craft. It has a walk in console with enough room for a fridge, and also comes with room for a head (toilet) in the centre console which is virtually unheard of on an inflatable. It’s rated for engines up to 300hp so the Eagle really flies. When you want it to stay put, there’s a self launching anchor system.
Brig refers to the Eagle series of boats as ‘luxury rigid bottom inflatable boats for cruising’ which means that the Eagle 780 is ultra stable, handles beautifully, is capable of taking you places in comfort and at significant speed.
Its tubes are made of hypalon which is ultra resistant to UV rays and harsh elements, so it’s built to last. Since Brig builds boats for the military and other tough customers, you can be assured that the Eagle 780 is ready to handle whatever you can throw at it. This remarkable inflatable follows in the wake of the extensive range of Brig rigid inflatable boats which have been immensely popular with those who want to dive, fish, work or just play on the water.
The Eagle 780 has never been seen in Australia, or anywhere else in the world for that matter. So to be one of the first in the planet to see the Eagle 780, head for the Brig display, stand number 503 at the Sydney International Boat Show.
For further information on this model or any other in the Brig range of world class inflatables please visit Brig section at Yacht and Boat