Brunswick Introduces New 1200 Impact RHIB

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Friday, November 22, 2013

Brunswick Commercial and Government Products recently introduced a new full cabin version of its popular 1200 Impact RHIB. Just shy of 40” in length with a 10'8" beam, the 1200 features a deep-V fiberglass hull for superior offshore performance and a commercial grade inflatable polyurethane collar for enhanced lateral stability and hull protection in boarding situations.

The full cabin model offers weather protection for a crew of four. Other notable options include climate control, SHOX shock mitigating seats and a choice of outboard or jet propulsion.

With twin 150 gallon fuel tanks, the 1200 Impact is capable of long-distance missions without the need to refuel, Brunswick said.

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