Brig Eagle 10

April 16, 2020

Featuring a combination of stability, low maintenance and a sleek, lightweight design, the Eagle 10 from BCI Marine is a great choice for anyone looking for a large luxury inflatable cruiser.

As the largest boat they sell, the 32-foot Eagle 10 offers superior versatility, providing you with the space needed for large or small groups of guests. Able to accommodate up to 20 adults with plenty of room to spare, the Eagle 10 is a wonderful place for spending time as a family, entertaining friends, impressing coworkers and clients dockside or while cruising the water.

Brig Eagle 10

It’s also seaworthy enough for longer, overnight trips, too. This stable boat will transport you and your companions wherever you want to go in comfort and style.

With a twin-engine setup, a smooth and enjoyable ride, a maximum payload of more than 6,170 pounds and storage lockers in the front and back, the Eagle 10 can haul and stow a considerable amount of gear while it transports you and up to 19 guests.

Brig Eagle 10

For more information, visit BCI Marine: https://bcimarine.com/


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