Sacs attended the 54th Genoa International Boat Show with four models on display, including the new diesel-powered Strider 11 and Strider 13.
The 54th edition of Genoa International Boat Show has just finished, marking a very positive balance, and Sacs can be considered one of the main players, thanks to the four units exhibited at the docks inside the show.
Beside the Strider 10 and Strider 18 available for tests, the spotlights were on the Strider 11 and 13, both powered by the new Mercury TDI units.
Sacs Strider 11
offers large living space in less than ten meters. The livery and the look come from Christian Grande DesignWorks studio, who went for aggressive lines for the console in particular. In aspect and quality are the ones expected on a rigid inflatable, the finishing and details are typical of a luxury yacht. The cockpit features a complete galley and a comfy living; while the size of the aft sunbed and the swim platform are far above the average competitors. The pilothouse shows a very advanced ergonomic design, and belowdeck there’s room for a double berth and a separate head.The new Mercury Diesel TDI engine develops 260HP and reduced the fuel consumption by 30% as compared to the equivalent gas unit.
Sacs Strider 13
(first photo) is the ideal RIB for a couple who wants to cruise for long weekends, and thatns to the large outdoor space is ideal also for a day trip with many guests. Like all the other Sacs models the design is from Christian Grande DesignWorks: cockpit, solarium and swim platform are oversized, and a power-assisted bimini works quickly to cover both the living and the aft sunbed.
Inside the trim is luxurious, with an exotic accent and trendy accessories. There is room for a double bed and a bathroom. This new version is powered by two Mercury Diesel TDI units, 370 HP each, good for very high performance due to the available torque, and very eco-friendly at the same time, in terms of consumption and emissions.