Boating NZ : FREE TO READ March 2014
Brig 610 Navigator has an integrated bow roller and cleat in the bows, set into a moulded fibreglass housing that’s bonded to the tube. The warp is stowed in the bow locker with a padded, upholstered lid. Several straps, grab handles and grab rails are bonded to the tubes right around the boat, making it easier to manhandle and providing something to hold onto while underway. There are eyelets bolted into the hull so the boat can be craned in and out of the water. SEATING FOR SIX OR MORE There’s seating for at least six passengers, possibly eight if you squeeze up a bit and one sits on the small seat in the bows. If you need to transport up to 10 for short distances, sitting on the Hypalon tubes is comfortable too. The transom seat accommodates up to three people, with storage underneath for the two batteries, baitboard and odds and ends. Fuel is carried in a 120-litre underfloor tank. Like the aft bench seat, the helm The Brig 610 Navigator's centre console sports a Raymarine chartplotter, trim controls and gauges. The comfortable seating and the smooth ride help to ensure passengers' enjoyment and safety. Importer Family Boats adds a rear arch to improve the boat's wakeboarding abilities. The 115hp Yamaha outboard pushes the Brig to 42mph. 0314-57 249 Ti Rakau Drive, Pakuranga, Auckland, N Z. PO Box 51340 Pakuranga. Ph: 09 274 0511 Fx: 09 274 0108 email@example.com .nz www.familyboats.co.nz BRIG Showcasing BRIG’S huge range of Australasia’s leading inflatable boats. subscribe online at www.mags4gifts.co.nz/boating-nz 69 Tested_Calson rib_March14.indd 69 19/02/2014 8:36:10 a.m.
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