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Z Marine North America debuts flagship RIB

Z Marine North America LLC, formerly Zodiac Recreational of North America LLC, is debuting the flagship model of the NZO fleet in North America — the N-ZO 760, the largest rigid-hull inflatable boat in the N-ZO series at nearly 25 feet.

“This new model is stylish, seaworthy, spacious and safe,” Z Marine sales vice president Gary Durnan said in a statement. “This will be a great addition to our North American lineup for our dealer network.”

Italian designer Vittorio Garroni was tapped again for the boat design. The model features an air console, a higher console that minimizes floor space used and increases walkaround room in the boat.

Optional features include a head, aft and bow sunbathing kit, refrigerator, aft and bow saloon table, fresh water tank, shower kit and bimini.

Zodiac also announced the introduction of a new website.

Click here for the full release.

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