OPEN 7

22’10”

Length

60 Gal

Fuel Tank

16

Persons Max

250 HP

Max Power

OPEN 7

MODULARITY

Swiss army knife, at ease in all activities, the Open is considered as the seas cross-over. The versatility of this RIB has been worked out down to the last detail,
to make you living your sport passion with no limit. Thanks to its design, it is easily transportable, even within flated tube, and fits to all your passions:
getaways, fishing, waterskiing, wakeboarding, sunbathing etc. On the deck, turn your boat in a seating space or free some space for a fishing trip!

PERFORMANCE

With its excellent sea-keeping performance – thanks to its deep V-hull and its optimized deck plan for a better circulation on board, the Open offers an
exceptional navigation comfort. It’s the perfect balance between performance and comfort. A boat conceived to safely share your passion for the sea with
friends.

STORAGE

Its storage optimization under the deck, accessible by the tilting console, offers a wide space for all the equipment (ski, fishing, diving,security…). Choose the
activity you want to practice according to your mood.

HULL & DECK :

1 Bow bitt /2 aftcleats, 1 Bow D ring, 2 Towing rings,
aft locker (technical room), Bow locker, Self bailing cockpit,
Severalstorage compartments (4 at the aft),
Tilting console with easy accessto the deck locker.

COMFORT :

2 coin trays with 12V/USB plugs and cupholders on the console,
Boarding ladder, Bolster pilot /co-pilot with storage compartment ,
Hydraulic steering.
Removable aftseat , Windshield, handrail.
Tube: Removable tube, 1 Polyester davit with navigation lights, 4 External handles,
Easy push valves.

OTHER :

1 Battery switch, 1 bilge pump , Inflator with manometer,
Repair kit / owner’s manual.

* 54L under-seat cooler does not come standard in the americas

* 54L under-seat cooler does not come standard in the americas

Accessories will be soon available in this section, you could already see them by downloading the datasheet below.

* 54L under-seat cooler does not come standard in the americas