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New Brig Falcon Rider F620 the family favourite at sea
30th Mar 2009

Brig designers have included a range of sensible fitments adding to the functionality and fun. Standard equipment includes a built in bow locker to keep your gear secure.

New Brig Falcon Rider F620, the family favourite at sea.

Mention the word ‘Falcon’ to an Aussie and it conjures up images of a family vehicle built tough for a vast land. It also means strength, reliability and safety. Now think the same qualities in a craft built for the sea, and you’re some way to understanding the new Falcon Rider 620 inflatable.

It’s been designed in Europe by inflatable innovators ‘Brig’ and built to take survive in some of the world’s most demanding environments.

Weighing just 550kg, the F620 is easy to tow and a breeze to launch. With an engine choice up to a maximum 150 hp, or twin 80 hp outboards, response is swift and safe. Its deep vee fibreglass hull ensures excellent stability, while the non-skid rigid fiberglass deck gives passengers a firm footing.

The F620 is also built to last thanks to the use of ‘Hypalon’ for its inflatable pontoons, a synthetic rubber material noted for its resistance to chemicals, temperature extremes and exposure to UV light.

Brig designers have included a range of sensible fitments adding to the functionality and fun. Standard equipment includes a built in bow locker to keep your gear secure. A wide reinforced rubbing strake offers protection, while special foundry-cast portage handles along both sides make it easy to handle. If you’re using the F620 as a tender, there are two davit-lifting points for easy loading and unloading.

Options extend to a ski mast, while the accessory list includes an overall cover, bow stowage bag, lifting slings and a sun top.
    
So if you’re looking for a tender that’s tough and durable, or a runabout for family fun, the Falcon Rider F620 will offer years of loyal service. The exclusive Australian agents Sirocco Marine have limited stocks just in from Europe.


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