When the conversation about tenders comes up among boaters, the visuals of inflatable boats come to mind. A tender is designed to service a bigger vessel, typically, and helps passengers and guests go from larger ship to shore, for things like snorkeling, swimming, gunkholing and more. While BRIG has smaller sized rigid inflatable boats that work great as tenders, boaters should also take a look at the larger BRIG vessels that are loaded up for fun and fast-times on the water.
Defining a BRIG Rigid Inflatable Boat
Let us take a moment and explain what a BRIG boat is and why it so different than similar (visually speaking) boats on the market. A BRIG vessel is designed to offer a smooth, powerful experience across the water while being lightweight enough to move from trailer to sea, and then to storage. An incredible amount of engineering has gone into the BRIG vessel which is one of the main characteristics that sets this vessel apart from similar boats. While the vessel itself is inflatable, the hull of the boat is fiberglass. As you might have already guessed, this significantly increases the longevity of the boat and how durable it is.
Safety is always on the mind of BRIG which is why the engineers and design teams build boats to be durable and stable. The feeling aboard a BRIG boat is unlike any inflatable on the market, especially due to their fiberglass cone ends, which planes the boat out faster, giving owners the peace of mind they seek for their boats.