GRIZZLY G680 PRO CABIN
The GRIZZLY G680 PRO CABIN is a member of the Pro range, combining all the main qualities and characteristics, complemented by a range of technical solutions designed to ensure maximum comfort and safety. Traditionally all Pro series boats are distinguished first of all by greater emphasis on reliability and unpretentiousness in exploitation. And its size of 7.05m greatly expands the possibilities of using this model from short mobile outings to long, multi-day expeditions in harsh weather conditions.
The main parameters
|Hull length||7.050 м.|
|Maximum width||2.500 м.|
|Transom height||510 mm.|
|Bottom thickness||5 mm.|
|Board thickness (pressed)||4 mm.|
|Thickness keel, transom||10 mm.|
|Engine power (installing two motors each)||150-300 hp|
|Fuel tank||240 l|
|Number of passengers||8 people|
|Sleeping places||2 pcs.|
- Marine grade aluminium enclosure (AL Mg5M)
- Bottom plate – 5 mm. (AL Mg5M)
- Flange – 4 mm. (AL Mg5M)
- Keel – 10 mm. (AL Mg5M)
- The transom is 510 mm high. (AL Mg5M)
- Longitudinally transverse set – 4 mm. (AL Mg5M)
- Case colour grey
- Deck (AL Mg5M) quintet
- Non-slip coating on bow, stern and sinker
- Permanent fender
- Windscreen with opening centre section for access to the forward cockpit
- Bow grabrails – Ø 30 mm.
- Flange grabrails – Ø 30 mm.
- Mooring cleats – 4 pcs. (aluminium)
- Eye – bolt – 2 pcs.
- Cockpit convertible sleeper sofas (port/ starboard) – 2 pieces. (marine vinyl)
- Captain’s, navigator’s chair (marine vinyl)
- Fuel level
- Mechanical helm control with steering rope under the engine
- Helm with GRIZZLY logo
- The glove box on the passenger console
- Light in the passenger compartment – 1 pc.
- Cabin light – 1 pc.
- Socket – 12 V
- Shipboard electrical control panel
- Fuse box
- Ignition key
- Navigation lights
- Electric pump.
- Fixing for the battery
- Fuel tank – 240 litres.
- Anodes – 2 pcs.
Non-standard RAL enclosure colour
Changing the colour of the stickers
Choice of interior colour and furniture
Select colour of the shipping awning
Select colour for transport awning
Select colour for bow awning
Decorative covers on consoles, helm, etc. logos Extra transom for small engine up to 15 hp. Additional transom for small engine over 15 hp
Targa made of 30 mm AMG5M pipe.
Carved targa AMG5M 10mm.
Transom platform (crinoline)
Hydraulic steering kit up to 150 hp.
Hydraulic steering kit up to 300 hp.
Hydraulic steering kit over 300 hp
Additional aft deck lighting
Additional forward deck lighting
Fitted forward headlights
Sliding side-glazed windows in the cabin
Remote-controlled headlamp for targa with installation
Headlamp with stern lighting on the reel with fitting
LED navigation lights
Spoilers (with automatic connection option) Automatics for spoilers
Platform for echo sounder
Installation of an echo sounder
Extension of port console for installation of radio system Sound system: wiring, preparing for installation of equipment
Fuel tank enlargement to 300l.
Music: Waterproof box for shipboard audio equipment – 1pc., marine sound speakers – 4 pcs., active antenna – 1 pc., stereo – 1 pc.
Installation of spinning holders cups (with adjustment)
Installation of spinning holders cups (on a ø 38 pipe, welded)
Spinning holders on board
Surface for downrigger ( mechanical )
Surface for downrigger with electrical installation
Electric buzzer (built in)
Electric single-tone horn
Electric pump automatic
Cockpit table + additional base
Additional seating area with locker 1200x450x350mm.
Marine heater cabin Webasto with installation
Height-adjustable rack with skids
Height-adjustable stand with skid (with skid) Fuel separator filter
Additional constructions made of pipe – 25, 30 mm
Transom height adjustment from 508 to 630 mm.
Engine installation MOTORS:
Mercury 200 L Verado (without equipment) – 1 pc.
Mercury 225 L Verado (without equipment) – 1 pc.
Mercury 250 L Verado (without equipment) – 1 pc.
Suzuki DF 175 TL – 1 kit
Suzuki DF 200 ATL – 1 kit
* On boats with 80 hp and above, the installation of hydraulic steering is recommended
The style of the GRIZZLY G680 PRO CABIN is similar to that of the already recognisable G680 Twin. Traditionally, the entire Pro series is characterised by a greater emphasis on reliability and low maintenance. The GRIZZLY G680 PRO CABIN satisfies all of these needs and has its place in the Grizzly professional powerboat range.
Comfort and versatility are very important to many boat owners today. This vessel, like all GRIZZLY boats, is sure to stand out in the marina or on the highway. This is for a number of reasons, on the one hand the emphasis on contemporary style and fashion, but on the other hand the design characteristics – the colouring, the modern shapes and the recognisable elongated bow, which has increased the length of the wetted part of the hull.
A special detail on the exterior of the hull, like the GRIZZLY G680 PRO CABIN, is the construction of the fenders. Its outer part is coated with a special material, Line-X. It is widely used in the tuning of large four-wheel drive vehicles and large pick-up trucks. Creating a special style, but first of all with special structural properties: increased resistance to abrasion and damage. This is used in the construction of the fender rail, where it is particularly valuable. After all, the classic coating – rubber – tends to quickly become damaged, obsolete, losing its original appearance. The structure of the foresail beam, thanks to its greater thickness, protrudes a little beyond the hull boundaries and performs the function of a water splash-breaker. This is also unique for a boat of this class. Moreover, such form increases the area of the fenders, which makes it more convenient and safe to sail along the side. Convenient, sturdy grab rails around the perimeter of the entire hull further enhance this. They also offer additional functionality, enabling you to not only stay afloat while moving around the boat, but also to use them for cargo securing. And in the upper part of the deckhouse, they serve as additional protection for the navigation lights. This is very important when mooring at a high mooring wall or ‘locking’, as it will prevent the lights from being damaged in the event of strong rocking.
If, however, the boat is mooring at a low quay or inferior boat, an additional, lower fender is fitted to the hull.
The aft part of the boat is divided into two spacious areas: the swimming platform and the aft cockpit. The swim platform consists of two spacious crinolines, which can be used not only for easy access to the engines, but also while fishing or having active rest on the water. For the easiest and most comfortable boarding, one of the crinolines features a strong crawler ramp. For the angler’s convenience there are special lockers along each side where spinning rods can be stored. A barge for 8-10 spinnings can be placed above the cockpit, with glider reels for trolling. The boat concept is ideal for this style of fishing.
The cockpit door is made of durable acrylic. Unlike glass, this material is unbreakable, but also provides excellent visibility from the cockpit and maximum light penetration. The door itself is sliding and has locks that hold it in different positions.
Both the boat deck and the cabin are finished with a special polymer material that visually resembles teak. It’s also easy to clean, durable, hardwearing and, if damaged, can easily be replaced. But above all: it perfectly fulfils its main function as a non-slip surface. In the deckhouse it provides an additional function of thermal and noise insulation.
The deckhouse layout is a classic for this class of boat. Two sofas are placed along the sides. The seat of each of them serves as a cover of a voluminous two-hundred-litre locker. As both lockers are ventilated they do not produce typical smell and condensation and therefore are suitable for storage of any items.
The cab has glazed panoramic windows made of tempered safety glass with automotive-inspired riveting technology. This ensures maximum visibility and illumination of the cab. The captain’s and navigator’s chairs are laterally-supported and are comfortable to drive in various modes, further softening the impact at high speeds in rough seas.
Consoles are widely spaced, creating an aisle in the forward cockpit. In each of them and additionally, there are spacious dry stowage compartments below the fore cockpit deck.
Access to the forward cockpit is provided by a wide door, which swings upwards using “gaslifts”. This is very useful when mooring at shore or in other cases when you want to be in the bow quickly. It is also safer than going around the side of the boat.
The forward cockpit deck is “sunk” and therefore safer. The forward cockpit is roomy and offers plenty of room to sit down with the gear while you are fishing. The forward cockpit is self-draining, incoming outboard water is diverted overboard
Contact Grizzly specialists to select a complete set according to your wishes and needs