Models Beyond Our Top-Rated Tenders – Meet Rigid Inflatable Boats by BRIG

When boat buyers start talking about inflatable boats, the first thoughts or visuals that come to mind are tenders. A tender is a super versatile vessel  mostly used to move from a large boat at anchor, to beach or dock. Tenders tend to lead the inflatable market, but the new rigid inflatable trend is revealing just how versatile a larger inflatable boat can be. We love our BRIG tender models, so let’s take a look at a few of BRIG larger selections for those who want to explore a new way to cruise the waterways.

A Step Up in Power and Performance

For those who love to play on the water, such as jet skiing, wakeboarding, and tubing; the step up from our popular tenders is the Navigator collection. This series of vessels focuses on those looking for a powerful practical boat that delivers on value. These particular boats have a wider beam and square bow and designed with extra wide inflatables to maximize stability and safety aboard.

BRIG – Navigator 485This boat in nearly 16 in LOA and has a 7.7-foot beam. It’s ready to seat eight people for all-day fun or cruising. It’s simple a rugged design makes for a rugged feel, but smooth on the water.

BRIG – Navigator 570 – Most people will find this model to suit so many on water adventures. This is one of the newer designs for BRIG and offers nearly 19-feet of comfort in 7.7-feet of beam space. Outfit the vessel according to what you plan to do on the water, be that fishing or watersports. The 570 is ready for you to add your wishlist.

BRIG – Navigator 610 – A deep hull design makes this RIB super smooth on the water for up to 10-people. There are bench seats or jockey style seat options atop a 1250-pound vessel. Hours of fun await on this BRIG model, and you can add some comforts like a bimini top to keep everyone comfortable onboard.

BRIG – Navigator 730This particular boat is a great option for watersports with a swim platform making getting in and out of the water easier. Entertain up to 12 people with an outboard of 225hp or really give them all a thrill with a duel engine option of 450hp.

Finally, let’s peek at the Eagle lineup which offers a touring style vessel with maximum power. These vessels are designed for precise maneuvering under speed, or for full days (and nights) for onboard lounging.

BRIG – Eagle 340 The Eagle 340 is perfect for larger yacht owners who need a luxury tender to tool around in. This boat seats four people and weighs 396-pounds. This is where performance meets luxury in a dry onboard experience.

BRIG – Eagle 5 – With an ample sundeck at the bow this sports version of the eagle is the vessel to play in. It’s nimble and fast and designed to power through various conditions. The boat can seat seven people in just over 16-feet.

BRIG – Eagle 8The BRIG Eagle 8 can be equipped with a sundeck option or more seating and has families in mind in from its design. Storage is maximized along with table seating allowing for full comfort aboard. Ask your dealer about the luxury trims this vessel comes in, not to mention the colors and seating arrangements.

BRIG – Eagle 8The BRIG Eagle 8 can be equipped with a sundeck option or more seating and has families in mind in from its design. Storage is maximized along with table seating allowing for full comfort aboard. Ask your dealer about the luxury trims this vessel comes in, not to mention the colors and seating arrangements.

We would love to show you a BRIG boat in person, so find a retailer and come by for a visit. We would be happy to answer any questions and welcome you to the BRIG family of ownership.

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