The new 850 HD Pro was created following the request to build a RIB with special features: plenty of space on board; possibility of fitting out according to the different needs of professional owners; great sturdiness of construction; and finally, but not least, an unequivocally Marlin RIB with its characteristic unmistakable lines, attention to detail, and great quality and functionality. Thus a professional RIB was born, where particular attention was paid to the design of the structures and spaces on board where it is possible to stow equipment and equipment, without hindering the user.
At the extreme bow there is a stainless steel big bollard supported by a pulpit, the anchor locker with a new design already prepared for mounting the electric winch under the top of the locker; the anchor, which emerges from the extreme bow wheel just below the tubules, remains protected by the latter, allowing you to approach the dock or other boats without fear.
In addition to a very large locker that extends even under the walking surface, there is a locker on the floor where you can easily mount a water tank or equip at will.The locker below the stern area, unlike almost all of these RIBS, is accessible; this allows, in the fitting phase, to mount systems and batteries in this area, but also, during the molding of the hull, to join the deck to the hull from the inside: a fundamental guarantee of resistance to the very high stresses to which these types of boats are subjected.
The floor, made in fiberglass sandwich and high density Termanto, has a length of 5 meters and a width of 2 where it will be possible to decide the layout of the various settings.
The driving console with a limited longitudinal dimension, but capable of protecting two pilots and accommodating any electronic equipment in the large panel.
The tubes, built with 1670 Dtex fabric and reinforced with non-slip material, is developed on two levels, low aft to lean on the surface and give the boat greater stability in all conditions, high in the bow, and not to interfere with the motion wave during navigation, both to build high internal walls that give crew absolute protection and safety.
This particular profile, designed and patented by Marlin Boat in 1993, was adopted for all the yard’s models, making it a real trademark.
The strength of the hull is guaranteed by coupling three different moldings: the deck, the reinforcement “spider” and the hull which are firmly joined together forming a monolith of exceptional resistance to stress.
The resin processes are performed using the highest quality materials, such as Neopentyl Gel Coat and Vinylester Resin to avoid osmosis phenomena.
The new Marlin 850 HD Pro will also be presented in a superequipped GT version, with bow sundeck and rear sofa, hard top and other exclusive accessories, especially designed for recreational use, which is also well suited for use as a luxury tender, where the exceptional characteristics of sturdiness and construction will be maintained.