Highfield Boats announced five new Sport RIBs for 2023 featuring upscale styling and amenities and new military-grade high-tensile chromated and powder-coated aluminum hulls based on the Patrol series, delivering enhanced stability, seaworthiness and durability.
Two of these models, the Highfield Sport 900 and Sport 760, will make their North American debut at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show October 26-30, 2022. The flagship of the new series, the Sport 900 features a high-performance 26-degree deadrise hull and can reach speeds up to 60mph powered by twin 300-hp outboards. A Sunbrealla top, built-in on-deck galley and aft settee comes standard, and the bow converts into a sun lounge with additional sunpad aft.
The Sport 760 provides seating for 10, and reaches speeds up to 55mph powered by a 300-hp outboard. The aft cockpit includes a seating and dining table, drawer-style fridge and forward bow seating doubles as a sundeck.
“Following several years of meteoric growth in the region, we are excited to be launching these big new Sport models in North America,” says Highfield Boats President Christophe Lavigne. “We designed their decks to meet the demands of American boaters with expanded seating and deck space, along with new eating and lounging areas including built-in sinks and refrigerators in the larger boats.”
This new range of upscale RIBs all feature standout styling features, optimized storage and key amenities that make them perfect for a variety of on-water activities or as a tender.
To learn more, visit highfieldnorthamerica.com.