The new Osprey Vipermax 8.0 Leisure is the flagship of the new Vipermax Leisure series from Osprey. The design is based on the already well-proven Vipermax hull. Osprey, previously known for RIBs with simple, rather puristic deck layouts that were especially prized by divers, anglers and rescue workers, is expanding its portfolio with a new model range of more family-friendly and comfortable RIBs.
Like the other models in this new series, the Osprey Vipermax 8.0 Leisure has a functional, spacious deck layout, dominated by the centrally positioned, streamlined control console. In the standard version, the Vipermax 8.0 Leisure features a sun lounger on the bow, which comprises a large storage space underneath, and seating at the stern, which also offers ample storage space. Two comfortable jockey seats on the control console complete the functional layout.
Your individual RIB The Osprey Vipermax 8.0 Leisure can be upgraded with additional seating options as well as a wakeboard tower or a Fusion stereo system with remote control. As far as choice of color and material are concerned, Osprey RIBs are always open to customer preferences. Powered by a Mercury 250 ProXL Verado, nothing stands in the way of great boating fun for up to 18 people on this sleek RIB.
High-quality boat building Osprey RIBs, whose components are manufactured in England and then assembled by Brugge Marine Center (BMC) of Bruges, Belgium, are known for their longevity and high quality. The hulls have very good sliding stability even in rough conditions and are easy to handle at sea, which is why they are also often used for professional tasks.
Technical specifications: Length over all: 7.95 m Beam: 2.60 m Air chambers: 5 Weight: 900 kg (empty) Engine: max. 300 hp outboard
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