The feel-good video take you on a tour of the Rigid Inflatable Boat’s features, including its elegant design, spacious deck, and comfortable seating.
The RIB is powered by a Mercury Verado 250 hp outboard.
What immediately stands out of this LOMAC Turismo 7 point 0 is the well-designed deck layout which offers plenty of space featuring a sun deck and a convertible dining area, making it a good choice for day trips with 2 to 6 people.
The video showcases the boat’s excellent maneuverability and stability on the water, making it an excellent choice for cruising, watersports, or fishing.
The company states this LOMAC Turismo 7.0 is their best seller.
Experience the world of rigid inflatable boats (RIBs) at Brugge Marine Center’s RIB boat show from 4 to 12 March. Led by Kris Deraedt, explore their state-of-the-art selection of RIBs and discover why this type of boat has been growing in popularity.
As every year, they have an extensive range of stock models available in our showroom, where you can choose both recent used RIBs and beautiful demo models.
The Boat Show’s collection
This winter’s selection of offers is extensive and varied, featuring a great range of second-hand RIBs from popular brands like Technohull, additional new stock models from Salpa and more famous brands like Highfield amongst others.
You can choose between no less than 4 different engines as well: Yamaha, Mercury, Suzuki and Honda.
Their team is as always ready for you at any time.
On May 1st 1987 the Deraedt family, were able to take over the Brugge Marine Centre. The years that followed were not only dedicated to reorganisation but also to the development of a robust marketing plan and the search for new market segments.
For several years now, Brugge Marine Centre is also one of the most flexible, fastest growing companies of its kind.
In the following video, the Boat Show reviews the Lomac Turismo 7.0 Rigid Inflatable Boat (RIB) with an in-depth interview from Paolo Lomanto (Sales Manager at Lomac) and Federico Fiorentino (Yacht Designer, Head of Design at Lomac).
The #lavalacqua system (Suzuki Micro Plastic Collector) is installed as standard, a filtering device that allows you to clean the water from microplastics while navigating.
The pump in the cooling system of the outboard sucks up and circulates the water it is navigating through. The additional circuit for pumped water includes a filter where it takes on its final form before being discharged.
That filter retains the microplastics, so as to return it clean to the environment.