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BRIG is back in Queensland

Following an excellent reception and strong sales at the 2023 Sydney International Boat Show in August, the next shipments of BRIG rigid inflatable boats have begun to arrive at Sirocco Marine Queensland in time for summer boating.

With its headquarters in a superyacht shed at Gold Coast City Marina & Shipyard, Sirocco Marine Queensland has taken delivery of BRIG boats ranging in size including Eagle 8, Eagle 670, Eagle 4 and Falcon 320.

“We have two incredible Eagle 8s which are one of the brand’s most popular models,” said Ryan Slater, Director at Sirocco Marine Queensland, “Along with the other models that are versatile tenders and standalone boats for all kinds of water activities.”

At 8-metres with a 2.9-metre beam, the BRIG Eagle 8 features 12-inch touch screen GPS fishfinder and instrumentation, large table with seating and sunpads, as well as an enclosed marine toilet in the console cabin, fibreglass T-Top and awning extension for shade.

Its deep-V hull delivers a smooth, stable, dry ride, and it’s rated for up to 16 people.

Fitted with a 300hp Yamaha or V10 350hp Mercury engine, the BRIG Eagle 8 is a sensational day boat with loads of storage and deck space for carrying gear such as standup paddle boards, surfboards, wetsuits, inflatables and more.

All BRIG models are designed and built in Ukraine at BRIG’s cutting-edge facility, applying aero and hydrodynamic theories drawn from aerospace expertise to continually push the boundaries of RIB design.

Sirocco Marine Queensland will be participating in the GCCM Boat Expo-Boaties Day Out and Marine Careers Open Day, involving the entire Marine Precinct, on Saturday 21 October from 9am to 2pm.

In Victoria, Sirocco Marine Melbourne will showcase a range of BRIGs and other leading brands of RIBS at the 2023 Melbourne Boat Show, 26 to 29 October.’

For more information about Sirocco Queensland visit their website HERE