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BRIG revs up

At SCIBS 2024, Sirocco Marine will present the BRIG Eagle 10 and BRIG Eagle 8 – both equipped with high-performance engines making their Australian show debut.

03 May 2024

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Sirocco Marine will have new 2024 models of the two largest BRIG Boats on show at this year’s Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show – the BRIG Eagle 10 and BRIG Eagle 8 – both equipped with high-performance engines making their Australian show debut.

Proudly made in Kharkiv, Ukraine, BRIG has been at the forefront of the design and manufacture of rigid inflatable boats since 1991 and held the mantle of the world’s largest builders of RIBs, exported globally. Sirocco Marine is the largest RIB dealer network in Australia and has been the exclusive Australian distributor for BRIG since 2006, awarded BRIG International Dealer of the Year for five consecutive years.

Founded by former aerospace engineer, Slava Rodionov, and based in Kharkiv, Ukraine, BRIG has earned a global reputation for innovation and quality.

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Slava will join the team from Sirocco Marine, at the 2024 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, 23 to 26 May to meet owners, dealers and interested boaties and discuss the brand’s investment in R&D and new models.

In 2024, returning to the boat show circuit is the much-anticipated new model BRIG Eagle 10, the brand’s flagship model.

The BRIG Eagle 10 will be equipped with twin Yamaha V6 4.3 litre 350 horsepower outboard, with state-of-the-art, built-in Digital Electric Steering.

“People will love everything they love about the new Yamaha’s DES and DEC, but with the added bonus of extra horsepower!” says Ryan Slater, Sirocco Marine Queensland Director.

At 10.2-metres, the go-anywhere BRIG Eagle 10 is a true 50 knot boat, powered by twin 300hp engines and with an array of features that make it the most versatile and best value day boat and weekender on the market.

The BRIG Eagle 10 boasts a deep-V-hull that ensures a dry, smooth ride. It’s more stable, lightweight and low-maintenance than its hard-sided counterparts, and with room for up to 16 people, it has a capacity double a 10-metre fibreglass boat.

It features comfortable seats, a convertible table and sun deck, a sink unit that can accommodate a fridge/stove, a convenient stern swim platform with folding ladder and outdoor shower kit, plus a well-appointed cabin complete with double bed for evenings when you just want to rest after a great day of sun and sea.

The new BRIG Eagle 8 will turn heads, equipped with the equally impressive new Honda BF350hp motor featuring VTEC (Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control) technology, which will be making its Australian debut at SCIBS 2024.

The largest in the Honda range, the new 5 Litre V8 BF350 was purpose-built as an outboard for marine use and designed for ultra-low noise and minimum vibration, boasting up to 12 percent better fuel economy than its rivals.

“This is the first V8 outboard from Honda,” says Ryan Slater, Sirocco Marine Queensland Director. “We are looking forward to seeing it on show at SCIBS.”

BRIG’s luxury family cruiser with a sleek, iconic profile and stylish design for fun family days on the water, the BRIG Eagle 8 has space on board for up to 16 passengers.

It features a table and seating for six, with large lockers under the seating and the extended bow can be equipped with either a generous sundeck or an additional seating area. There’s an electric toilet under the helm station, plus a freshwater shower on the transom.

As with all the Eagle series, the BRIG Eagle 8 is designed with a reinforced deep-V hull, along with extended waterline length, extra-wide tubes and a square bow, all of which ensure a stable and dry ride even in heavy seas. The BRIG Eagle 8 can be equipped with a 350hp engine for a top speed of 48 knots.

Visit Sirocco Marine on Masthead Way at the 2024 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, 23 to 26 May 2024.

 

siroccomarine.com.au

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