Sportis S7500
Boat designed for operational actions: inspection actions of Police and Coast Guard, missions of the Navy forces.

Sportis S6100
The boat has high loading capacity and huge possibilities of deck management. Used as a diver boats and as working boats on vessels and Navy ships.

Sportis S5400
Boat designed especially for Navy. The weight and dimensions make this vessel an efficient workboat, patrol boat and even after additional outfitting - a rescue boat.

Sportis S4800
The S4800 is the smallest boat from the Commercial series. Possibility of mounting the huge consoles and seats. Used by Fire Fighters and Military.

Sportis S 8900
Pneumatic motor-boats with rigid bottom RIB Patrol are widely used by the army, Police, Coast Guard, lifeguards and professionals divers. Well-tried in all conditions, on many water regions, in all actions. PNEUMATIC TUBE divided in separated chambers assure the displacement to make the boat unsinkable. Tube is made of the highest quality material Pennel Industries ORCA. SPECIAL VERSIONS of the S-8900 boats are produced to special orders, built under the supervision of Classification Societies. The outfitting and construction conform the rules of safety convention, required strength and weather resistance conditions. RIB PATROL can be driven by outboard or stationary, diesel or petrol engines. Skim shape of the hull together with maximum power engines let the boat achieve over 40 knots. Solid and rigid construction with high efficiency are the main advantages of SPORTIS' boats.


Sportis S 7500/K
Pneumatic motor-boats with rigid bottom RIB Patrol are widely used by the army, Police, Coast Guard, lifeguards and professionals divers. Well-tried in all conditions, on many water regions, in all actions. PNEUMATIC TUBE divided in separated chambers assure the displacement to make the boat unsinkable. Tube is made of the highest quality material Pennel Industries ORCA. SPECIAL VERSIONS of the S-7500/K boats are produced to special orders, built under the supervision of Classification Societies. The outfitting and construction conform the rules of safety convention, required strength and weather resistance conditions. RIB PATROL can be driven by outboard or stationary, diesel or petrol engines. Skim shape of the hull together with maximum power engines let the boat achieve over 40 knots. Solid and rigid construction with high efficiency are the main advantages of SPORTIS' boats.

Sportis S 6100/K
Pneumatic motor-boats with rigid bottom RIB Patrol are widely used by the army, Police, Coast Guard, lifeguards and professionals divers. Well-tried in all conditions, on many water regions, in all actions. PNEUMATIC TUBE divided in separated chambers assure the displacement to make the boat unsinkable. Tube is made of the highest quality material Pennel Industries ORCA. SPECIAL VERSIONS of the S-6100/K are produced to special orders, built under the supervision of Classification Societies. The outfitting and construction conform the rules of safety convention, required strength and weather resistance conditions. RIB PATROL can be driven by outboard or stationary, diesel or petrol engines. Skim shape of the hull together with maximum power engines let the boat achieve over 40 knots. Solid and rigid construction with high efficiency are the main advantages of SPORTIS' boats.

Size matters 11-15mt
Big operators need big Ribs, this is the largest passenger carrying Rib built in Europe today, outstanding styling and performance with twin diesels or outboards if required.

YellowJet - Envy 10.0m
The "Envy" is perfect for those that want to be alittle different, ferrying passengers and thrill rides these boats are operated by only one person with 12pax perfect start up business or add on product to your existing fleet. There is something to be said for colour, stand out from the crowd in this twin diesel Lorne Campbell designed hull with styling by v-type, outboard engine option available.

Tripper 9.5m
Introducing the v-type "Tripper" 9.0mt medium V hull with seating capacity for 12 pax, powered by either twin or single outboards. Entry level tourism outboard engine package, feel the G-force in this Rib as you treat your 12 passengers to the thrill ride of their life, colour options available aswell as outboard engine choices.


Redbay Stormforce 16
Planned for delivery late 2010 early 2011 the Stormforce 16 will be a completely new departure for Redbay Boats. The concept is to design a large commercial RIB and the main design brief is to deliver a vessel capable of carrying up to 30 passengers at speeds of up to 30 knots. We are working closely with the Maritime and Coastguard Agency in the UK and the Department of Transport in Ireland to ensure that this boat complies with the latest legislation.

Redbay Stormforce 11 Flybridge
Developed in 2008 the Stormforce 11 Fly-bridge combined the best of the explorer cabin with the pleasure of helming a boat from an outside steering postion. The external driving position is sublime and with the superb handling characheristics of the Stormforce 11 hull driving externally is just like being in a small open boat again. This model offers the best of both worlds, when the weather takes a turn for the worse everyone can haed below decks to comfort and warmth of the pilot house

Redbay Stormforce 11 Canopy
Stormforce 11 Canopy THe Stormforce 11 canopy boat has set an industry standard in the sea-safari and passenger carrying RIB market. To date this model has been used principally as an island ferry and sight-seeing vessel, it carries up to 15 passengers in a dry comfortable environment whilst delivering great economy to the owner/managing agent. It is also available in several pleasure boat configurations and makes for a great family cruiser or super yacht tender.

Redbay Stormforce 1050
Stormforce 1050 Developed and launched in 2009 the Stormforce 1050 is an extreme offshore RIB primarily aimed at the commercial/military sector and the serious recreational user. The protype boat was built with twin 300 Hp Suzuki Four strokes and reached speeds of 55knots. It should be mentioned that this is not a race boat hull, it is a proper RIB that retains all the best features expected of a RIB in terms of handling and rough weather ability

1200 Impact
Impact RHIB | Why Impact Rigid hull inflatable boats (RHIBs) are extremely forgiving and easy on subject vessels and dive gear. Their air or foam-filled collars function as shock absorbers to mitigate damage when tied alongside in boarding situations. The collars also afford lateral stability and quicker recovery in stacked waves. When affixed to a fiberglass hull, you get the best of both worlds: the strength, durability and no risk of deflation of a fiberglass hull with the impact absorption of a collar. Additionally, the lighter weight of the RHIBs allows excellent performance, from increased operational range to a faster time to plane. BCGP takes RHIBs to a whole new level with superior materials and construction techniques to ensure optimum longevity and performance. While RHIBs are great in boarding situations, chafe and the opportunity for puncture can take their toll over time. That's why BCGP collars are made out of polyurethane instead of Hypalon or PVC. Polyurethane has twice the puncture resistance and four times the abrasion resistance of the other options. Stringers are permanently glassed into the hulls providing longitudinal support and structural integrity. Through hulls and areas of stress are backed with composite material (no wood) to promote strength and longevity. And all of this is backed with a limited commercial warranty because your Impact is built to last.


1100 Impact
Impact RHIB | Stringer System STRONG. SOLID. RELIABLE. Brunswick Commercial & Government Products has raised the bar in the production of its powerful Impact RHIB series with the implementation of molded fiberglass stringer systems. This enhanced process results in more precise fitting parts, finished gelcoated bilges for lower maintenance and superior strength and durability. The stringers are unique to individual hulls – the 520, 650, 750 and 850 models – affording optimal structural support and uniform fit. Each molded fiberglass stringer is affixed to the hull interior with a methacrylate adhesive. (Methacrylate adhesive is so strong that it is capable of shearing fiberglass before a bond fails.) The stringers are then filled with liquid polyurethane closed–cell foam that provides not only additional strength but flotation as well. The foam holes are covered with fiberglass and the hull and stringers are permanently bonded. More precise fitting stringers means a more consistent bond contributing to strength and durability. The molded stringer part produces a finished gelcoated bilge for a more attractive appearance and lower maintenance.

1000 Impact
The Impact RHIB series of rigid hull inflatable boats are ideal for security and patrol applications. These versatile RHIBs are responsive, stable in rough conditions, and manueverable in tight quarters. All of our Impact RHIB models afford great shock absorption and lateral stability in rough seas, and track brilliantly at high speed. The inflatable collars are ideal for coming along-side other vessels, and for dive/rescue applications. We have models ranging from 15 to 39 feet, each with a wide array of layouts and options to meet your needs.

850 D Impact
•Hard-sided “D” collar melds characteristics of air-holding and foam-filled insert collars to provide a more stable, puncture resistant collar. • Solid fiberglass gunnels add more protection during shouldering maneuvers. • Interior fiberglass gunnel allows for stable footing when leaning on the gunnel as well as improved mounting surfaces for additional options.

850 Impact
There are literally thousands of different applications for commercial boats. We've built dive door boats with giant dive doors so that trained Bottlenose dolphin could swim into the cockpits for research purposes. We've built gunboats, tow boats, law enforcement boats, fire and rescue boats, EOD boats, harbor master boats, utility boats, dive boats, salvage boats and hundreds more. Each application has its unique challenges and requires specific features and options to address the requirements of the mission. We've addressed just the tip of the iceberg in some of the applications to the right. But if you don't see exactly what you need, it doesn't mean we can't do it. Just means there's not enough space to show everything. So if you've got a weird request, just ask. As a side note, we've discovered having a .50 caliber gun mount on the bow typically gets you preferential treatment at the ramp.

750 Impact
Impact "Light" Option | Rigid Inflatable Boats Resin infusion technology is available on the Impact Rigid Inflatable boats 24' and above. Optimized resin-to-fiberglass ratio minimizes excess weight, achieving over 30% reduction in final boat weight compared to traditional open-molded technique. Some additional benefits also include: – Weight savings results in better performance on lower horsepower, ability to carry heavier loads, and improved fuel economy. – Improved laminate consistency and quality. – A viable alternative to more expensive carbon fiber or Kevlar. – Laminate strength is equal to or better than the traditional open-molded technique. Overview: Brunswick Commercial and Government Products incorporates the SCRIMP (Seemann Composites Resin Infusion Molding Process) method, which was initially developed in order to reduce the emission of volatile organic compounds (VOC's). The first patent was awarded in 1990 to Bill Seemann, a former boat builder and founder of Seeman Composites, Inc. The patent was subsequently purchased by Brunswick Corporation, and the technology was put to use in the construction of luxury yachts. Construction Process: When resin is introduced to dry glass under vacuum, the process yields a significantly higher glass to resin ratio over traditional open-molding techniques. Excess resin in the final part is minimized, achieving weight savings of up to 35%. An additional benefit to using resin infusion technology is consistency. By removing the variables of the ambient conditions and individual laminating styles during molding, the resin infusion process yields a repeatable and consistent part. Since the part is sealed under vacuum, the only condition variable is temperature. The entire fiberglass part is laid up in dry form and essentially gives the user the ability to have an even higher level of quality control before resin is introduced into the part. This is compared to traditional open molding methods, in which the resin is catalyzed as it is applied, and makes it next to impossible to make changes or adjustments to the part during the actual construction. Typically, infusible stacked laminate material is selected to maximize the flow of resin through the part under vacuum, assuring that the user will saturate the part completely. The laminate and core usually consist of coarse materials that will serve as "resin highways" to flow resin through the part when put under vacuum. This is seen firsthand with the increased demand of grooved cores and infusion-specific fiberglass mats that resist full compression under vacuum, thus creating a void through which resin can travel. The rate of failure is reduced, giving boat builders the confidence to implement the resin infusion process. Knowing that the driving force for the implementation of infusion technology was customer demand for significant weight savings, the engineers at BCGP took a slightly different approach, starting with the selection of their laminates. They abandoned the use of "resin highways" to flow resin through a part, since they become brittle and serve a minimal structural purpose once the part has fully cured. Whereas most laminates are typically selected to easily flow resin, BCGP engineers selected laminates to yield the lightest part possible without sacrificing strength. The effect of this material selection would mean that the part would be more difficult to infuse and require significantly more resin inlet ports, but would yield an even lighter part with the absence of cured resin channels inside the finished part.



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