Novurania introduces new RIB tenders

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The Launch 650 is one of four new tenders from Novurania.

The Launch 650 is one of four new tenders from Novurania.

Novurania said its Launch series of rigid-hull inflatable tenders consists of four models ranging from 19 feet, 8 inches to 24 feet, 7 inches and can be customized to an owner’s needs.

Each of the models comes with a center console, nonskid steps with removable rails, a self-bailing deck, an integrated swim platform and storage compartments.

The smallest boat in the series, the Launch 600, measures 19 feet, 8 inches, with an 8-foot, 10-inch beam and a rated capacity of 10 passengers. The Launch 650 is 21 feet, 4 inches, and has the same beam as the 600. It can carry 12 people.

At an even 23 feet with an 8-foot, 10-inch beam, the Launch 700 is also rated for 12 people. Lastly, the Launch 750 is 24 feet, 7 inches, with the same beam as all three of its counterparts and a 12-person capacity.


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