The pair will exhibit their cutting-edge styling and sea-going capabilities alongside a selection from the extensive portfolio of RIBS and tenders produced by Highfield, the world’s leading manufacturer of aluminium hulls.
Both the Sport 560 and the Sport 800 are packed with a host of features. The Sport 560 is the perfect entry level boat for a smooth ride and a comfortable watersports platform for a family day out. The Sport 800, meanwhile, echoes all the superior detailing of Highfield’s flagship Sport 900, but at a size which can easily be towed or launched from a drystack.
The leisure-orientated Sport range uses the same highly engineered hulls as Highfield’s professional-level Patrol RIBs. Hull deadrises, of up to a huge 26 degrees on the largest models, make these boats exceptionally seaworthy in heavy conditions. At the same time the Sport and Patrol decks are separately fitted out to the very high specifications that reflect the dedicated usage for which each range is intended.
Mathilde Delfour, Managing Director Europe for Highfield Boats, explains: “In underlining how the DNA of our boats identifies, our mantra ‘One Hull Two Worlds’ captures the essence of the Highfield Boats design and styling in the two very distinct Sport and Patrol ranges. Choose a Sport RIB for pleasure cruising and relaxing off the beach, or the exceptionally rugged Patrol for coastal exploration, rescue missions or major event control.”
The models of RIBs and tenders created by Highfield Boats offer an unmatched diversity of choices. This was widened in the past year when the company created its Classic E range of electric tenders to extend its yacht tender offer to include sustainable and low-impact boating.
Mathilde Delfour said: “Visitors to our booth at boot Düsseldorf will have the opportunity to see that the Highfield DNA is visible right through our range, from our smallest Roll Up, Ultralite and Classic tenders, just as it is in our state-of-the-art seakeeping Sport and Patrol RIBs.”
Visit Highfield Boats in Hall 9 Booth C24 at boot Düsseldorf.