Every rigid inflatable boat has a mission beyond staying afloat which is true about the BRIG Navigator series. The creation and development of this vessel had a very defined purpose that ex-military, aeronautical engineers and marine professionals aimed to serve. The mission? Build an ultra stable boat that offers unmatched safety that merges with high-tech performance and sporty luxury. The BRIG team accomplished this and created the Navigator lineup.
The signature V-hull design is complemented by the square bow and extra-wide inflatable tubes to offer the safest experience onboard for families in particular. The design is robust with plenty of sport trims to add to the performance There are five models of the Navigator series, and we thought we would expound these with our readers.
The BRIG Navigator 485
The Navigator 485 was designed to be at sea with sailing fleets as a support boat, over time, the vessel became popular recreationally for boaters looking for a sports experience on the water. The vessel is about 16-feet in length and measures 7.7 at the beam.
- Features – Navigators are loaded with standard features such as hull ventilation system, twin self-bailing unit, built in fuel tank with external fill, automatic bilge pump, and fuel gauge.
- Options – Added features for select 485 models include a hydraulic steering system, marine compass, console cover, SeaDek floors, and the stainless arch with navigation lights.
The BRIG Navigator 520
The Navigator 520 is one of the newest members of the BRIG fleets. This is a serious sport boat that is not just for high-velocity sports, but great for families who love adventure. It measures over 17-feet long and can seat up to 9-people.
- Features – This vessel is built for watersport fun, with tons of storage throughout the boat, jockey style seats, and stainless arch for towing or a ski point.
- Options – Add a boat cover, console cover or bimini top to ensure the family is comfortable and the boat components and interior are protected.
The BRIG Navigator 570
This vessel is a step up from the Falcon 570 with some added bells and whistles. Built on the same V-hull and tube design, the Navigator 570 has splash-back well included the rear watersports locker that also acts as a bench seat.
- Features – This vessel has the same features as the smaller counterparts and comes in various colors and performance specifications.
- Options – Select models have upgraded the tube material as well as lifting slings, sundeck bow with cushions, and bimini T-Top.
The BRIG Navigator 610
The Navigator 610 is designed to seat about 10-people with a reinforced deep V-hull and an extended waterline length to keep passengers safe and dry. Buyers will appreciate the wide console and hydrophilic steering for dominant power on the water. It holds 32-gallons of fuel and can be equipped with a 150hp max power option.
- Features – Like other navigator vessels, this one has mechanical features like a battery container and switch system, fuel gauge, 4 jockey style seats, and a safety kit.
- Options – Buyers can purchase select Navigator vessels with options like a marine compass and stainless steel arch or bimini top.
The BRIG Navigator 730
Outfit the Navigator 730 with one single 225 hp engine or add another to increase load up to 450 hp. This vessel holds 90-gallons of fuel which is sure to keep the up to 10-people onboard content all day long.
- Features – This Navigator model is built for water activities with ski points and storage for just about anything you can put in the water. .
- Options – Select Navigators have sundeck and cushions, T-Top and Seadeck to take this Navigator to the next level.
The Navigator lineup is one we are always excited to talk about and explore with our buyers. We invite boaters to a showroom to learn more about these exciting vessels and hope to see you soon to learn about your next adventure.