Stabicraft to launch 1750 at Sydney

Published online: Jun 13, 2011 News www.marinebusiness.com.au
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STABICRAFT Marine will launch its new 1750 Frontier to the Australian boating public at the upcoming Sydney and Brisbane Boat Shows.

Designed with fishing in mind, the Stabicraft 1750 Frontier is a result of the rise in popularity of soft plastic fishing and will appeal to those who want an open and clutter free layout in a centre console with true stability and rough water capability.

"We targeted a specific price point and style of use (soft baiting) and manufactured a boat from there. Already recognised by numerous sales in New Zealand before its official launch in Australia we are particularly proud of the value the 1750 Frontier offers customers," said Australasian sales manager Sean McColl.

"Softbait fishing can be very productive in the shallower waters around rocks and reefs. The all alloy construction of the 1750 Frontier makes the craft more robust and resistant to damage when targeting gullies and around rocky headlands."

Stabicraft said safety is a key feature. The 1750 Frontier features continuous tubes of individually sealed flotation chambers providing a "Life Ring" of 1515 litres of buoyancy on the upper-outer extremities of the boat. With the addition of an airtight chamber between the floor and the hull, these boats are virtually unsinkable. At rest, the GII Pontoon design sits in the water, giving increased stability for when anglers are moving around the cockpit.

The GII Pontoon gives the 1750 Frontier plenty of freeboard. The slimmer pontoon shape also provides increased internal beam whilst the turned down chines means those onboard will have a dry, soft ride.

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