Brunswick unveils new RIB line

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Brunswick Commercial and Government Products is expanding its offerings to include professional-grade RIBs.

The new Impact RIB line ranges from 14 to 39 feet in center console and cabin models and with several propulsion options, including inboard, waterjet and outboard configurations.

“Expanding our product offering is in direct response to customer demand,” said Jeremy Davis, BCGP sales manager, in a statement. “A high-quality, professional-grade RIB is essential to some agencies. Those same agencies understand the economic challenges in the marine industry today and want to deal with a company that has a solid history.”

BCGP’s line also includes commercial-grade Boston Whaler, Triton and high-speed intercept FB Design boats.

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