Since their invention of a unique patented Power Proa catamaran in 2008, Aspen has been delivering a variety of smooth-running, efficient and easy to handle powercats between 28 and 40 feet (8.5 to 12 metres). They have models powered by single diesel inboards including the C90 at 28 feet that has a heated cabin with a full galley, head, a king-sized master and a quarter berth. The L90 LX is an open boat version on the same hull and is ideal for day cruising or fishing. The newest Aspen is the 35-foot C108 which is powered by two Yamaha outboards; 200-horsepower to starboard and 115-horsepower to port. The C108 is trailerable and fits in most standard slips. Features include three cabins, a king master, a large head with shower and a spacious saloon and well-appointed galley.
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Built in Finland for rough waters, Axopar boats range from 22 feet to 45 feet (seven to 13.7 metres). Their narrow entry and unique double-stepped hull makes them fast and fun to drive. Their latest offering is the Axopar 45, but it’s just too big for this list.
The Axopar 22 Spyder (7.2 metres) is an open boat ideal for island commuting or for simply playing on the water. Powered by a single 200-horsepower Mercury outboard, the Spyder can hit 27 knots. A variety of seating configurations forward and aft allow for fishing or just relaxing. A head with a sink in an enclosed compartment is a nice option below.
The Axopar 28 Cross Cabin is an updated version of their original model with many of the new features found on their 37. The new driver’s console is wider and more expansive, including a full-width Simrad Glass Helm MFD. Custom Axopar features include integration with the Mercury outboards to provide vessel start-up check, eco/sport driving modes and active driving-assist features. Entertainment and media control and monitoring is accessed on the same touch-screen display. Improved cabin top functionality, integrated gunwales, better rub rails and a larger swim platform are all features from their larger top of the line boats now found on the Axopar 28.
The result of a partnership between Axopar Boats and its namesake luxury brand, BRABUS Marine has upped the ante on stylish day boats offering both comfort and performance. This year BRABUS introduced the Shadow 900 series following the well-respected Shadow 500 and 800. Available in standard or Cabin models, both with ultra-sleek limited editions, the 31-foot Shadow 500 represents the top-end of the sports/weekender boat market, taking thrill-seekers to speeds surpassing 50 knots thanks to dual 250-horsepower Mercury Marine V8-powerd XS Pro four-stroke engines. A fully enclosed electric-flush toilet compartment with sink (and leather upholstery) comes standard, with upgrades including the addition of an aft cabin in place of the open aft deck, a wet bar with sink, fridge and electric grill or audio and navigation packages rounding out the all-new tech package with two 12-inch screens already included.
Brix Marine (formerly Armstrong Marine USA) designs and builds welded aluminum catamarans, monohulls and RIBs. Their legacy of custom aluminum vessels began in the 1990s and has evolved into a tradition of boats uniquely designed for adventure. The 3211-RCM, at 32 feet long (9.8 metres), was built for a recreational client in Alaska and accommodates overnight excursions as well as day trips. The spacious full-width cabin provides a sleek, modern appeal with deep colours, cool carbon fibre details and beautiful wood accents. Accommodations include dinette, head, well-appointed galley, forward V-berth, and ergonomically designed helm station.
Cutwater has four models in their C-24 lineup based upon the same high-performance double-stepped hull and single Yamaha 250 outboard power (optional 300 horsepower on the open boats). The C-24 CW (Centre Walkaround) is their version of a centre console with a complete pass-through on the starboard side that connects the foredeck and the cockpit, making this model ideal for fishing. The port side is raised up to accommodate a cosy cabin with a six-foot, two-inch bunk, a marine head and sink. The C-24 DC (Dual Console) features plenty of seating fore and aft, including a fold-down sun pad. The private head compartment has a sink and marine toilet with holding tank. Hardtop add-ons can include sport racks, extra speakers, rocket launcher rod holders for fishing, a solar panel and detachable sunshades. The C-24 C (Coupe) comes in a fully enclosed version or the C-24 SC (Sport Coupe) with canvas doors and windows. Both have a sleeping cabin forward, head with sink, dinette and galley in a cabin with optional heat or AC. All the Cutwater 24s are fast and fun to drive with a retractable sport pole for towing, and fishing options like a live well. This versatile platform works great for fishing, entertaining and watersports.
Defiance has been building boats since 2002 with the goal of creating the finest outboard powered pilothouse fishing boats on the marketplace. They must have had that goal in mind when they designed the Defiance 270 Admiral. The 270 is the largest of Admiral series with a length of 28 feet, six inches. The pilothouse can seat six comfortably, with two benches in the back and a captain and co-captain seats in the front with shock absorbing bases. There is plenty of headroom and large windows provide a clear 360 degree view. The large V-berth has plenty of space for overnight stays and can be outfitted with a flushing marine head. The 270 features three fish boxes built into the deck that provide space for the entire crew’s catch. There is an option for a bait tank that can double as a table when not in use. The boat also has built in rocket launchers for your rods. The transom bench seat is another interesting option that increases the lounge capability of the deck and can fold away when a fish is on. There are multiple options for power, with twin Yamaha engines ranging from F150s to F250s. If you require slower trolling speeds, there are also a number of kickers that can be included. All-around the Admiral 270 is a sturdy fishing vessel.
Based in Coquitlam, BC, Double Eagle builds a range of fibreglass powerboats from 16 to 20 feet (4.9 to 6.0 metres). The boats are durable and versatile with a deep-vee hull and outboard power. Double Eagle have been building boats for over 50 years and are known for their ride and for using quality materials that keep the boats stiff and help them last. The boats are great for island hopping but most owners use them for fishing as they can safely get you to and keep you on the fish even in challenging conditions. Amenities like fish lockers, insulated bait wells along with rod holders, tackle storage and sturdy grab rails all add to the fishing fun. These quality boats are popular with experienced boaters both in recreational and government circles.
Constructed out of quality aluminum in Campbell River, BC, EagleCraft cruisers are designed to be durable and dependable. The recreational boats are based upon their well-known commercial hull design and use the same stringent construction practices. The smallest boat in their recreational line is the 31-foot EagleCraft Cruiser which is built from 1/4-inch 5086 alloy. Power options include a single Volvo Penta D6 inboard diesel or twin 250 or 300-horsepower outboards. The saloon features shock-resistant helm and passenger bucket seating, an L-shaped settee with a high-low table and a complete galley with a stainless sink, refrigerator and cooktop/stove. A queen berth and full stand-up head with shower are below. The finish is decidedly yacht-like throughout. The cockpit features an external steering station, plenty of storage, a fish locker, bait-prep station, transom door, swim platform and trolling motor bracket.
Grady-White is well known for its rugged outboard-powered fibreglass fishing boats. They come in a variety of sizes and configurations including centre and dual consoles, express and walkaround cabin cruisers and coastal explorers. Their popularity means that our local dealers only receive limited stock. One of the most popular Grady-White’s in BC is the Adventure 208 which is powered by a Yamaha 200 FXB and a stainless prop. This 20-foot, four-inch (6.2-metre) multi-use boat has a V-berth cabin, a portable head and comfortable bucket helm and companion pedestal chairs with tackle drawers and storage beneath them. The large cockpit includes dual 100-litre cushion-covered fish boxes, rod holders and racks and a raw water washdown.
If you are looking for a more versatile recreational style, check out their dual console Freedom series. It consists of nine models ranging from 21 to 37 feet (6.4 to 11.3 metres). This series is terrific for families with a lounge area in the bow that can be converted into a sunpad or casting platform. Power options include single or twin Yamaha engines. One of the more popular models is the 28-foot Freedom 285 with twin Yamaha 300 outboards. It is luxurious (with plush seating) and adaptable, being optimized for fishing, water sports or cruising. If you are serious about a Grady-White, ordering one ahead of time may be your best option. Next year’s allocation is already getting claimed but is purported to include a Gulfstream 232 and some popular dual consoles.
Hewescraft, based in Colville, Washington, produces welded aluminum boats ideal for West Coast waters. They offer a variety of models from 16 to 29 feet. Boat styles range from small open fishing boats designed for rivers and lakes to ocean going cabin boats rugged enough for saltwater. Their new 270 Pacific Explorer at 30 feet (9.1 metres) has a cabin and a large self-bailing cockpit for fishing. The cuddy sleeps two as does a fold-down dinette table and there is a mahogany cabinet, sink, two-burner cooktop and refrigerator. A flushing head has a 50-litre blackwater tank and pump-out. A 150-litre transom live well features a cutting board lid. Two in floor fish boxes are 190 litres each with a diaphragm pump. There are engine options from Mercury, Yamaha or Honda with twin 200s. Or upgrade to 250s to get to the action and home quickly. A fuel capacity of 719 litres provides a good range.
Boathouse Marine & Leisure, Salmon Arm 250-832-7515
Jasper Marine is a semi-custom builder in Gibsons, BC. They specialize in high quality, fully framed, welded aluminum boats. Models range from the sleek reverse bow, high performance express commuters of their Freedom line to more utilitarian landing craft, fishing boats, wakeboard style runabouts and everything in between. Their new Defender 22 combines a comfortable, fully insulated walk-through cabin with watertight doors opening to a cockpit ideal for fishing, crabbing or prawning. An open bow configuration is great for gear storage and access to the beach or opt for an enclosed bow with a cuddy below. An eight-foot, six-inch (2.4-metre) beam makes the boat easily trailerable. Custom options are endless, from side doors, transom doors, bait wells or even a longer version of the boat to suit your custom needs. Jasper Vermeulen is a skilled craftsman with a keen eye for boat design and is happy to discuss how to make the right boat for you.
This French builder best known for its lineup of sailboats now builds a series of fun and affordable small powerboats. They have recently added a new model for 2022 to their Leader line. The 25-foot Leader 7.5 Series 3 brings the luxury of Jeanneau sailboats to the under-30 power market. If you favour entertaining friends and family, the 7.5 has a U-shaped bench complete with centre table (that folds away when not in use) and has a spacious saloon below deck. There is also an optional entertainment island that contains a sink, fridge and optional gas stove or live-well. An updated hull design from its predecessors allows for greater performance. It can cruise comfortably at 26 knots or reach a top speed of 40 knots. There is also the Leader 7.5 CC Series 3 that provides a bit more space for moving around on deck.
Their NC series has popular models from 18 to 34 feet. The NC 795 Series 2 builds on the popular NC 795 of which over 1,000 have been built. Packed with features and accommodations typically found on bigger boats, this 26-foot, eight-inch (8.14-metre) weekender sports a roomy cockpit with seating for lounging or entertaining. The saloon has a compact galley and dinette, and the cabin below has a head with a door and V-berth for two. The galley offers a wide array of configurations, and the placement of the helm just ahead allows the driver to be within reach of everything with ease. Abundant windows above and in the hull are designed to maximize light and visibility. The NC 795 Series 2 is powered by a single 200 or 250-horsepower Yamaha outboard.
Based in Vernon, BC, Kingfisher produces a variety of welded aluminum boats well suited for lake, river and ocean adventures. Their Escape Hard Top series is popular in Salish Sea waters as it provides versatility and comfort in a well-built package. All three models, including the 2025, 2225, 2425 have a cabin to get out of the weather and spacious cockpits for fishing or entertaining. They are ideal for fishing, crabbing, prawning or simply commuting around the islands. A waterproof forward cabin door allows for easy access for anchoring or for bow-to beach access. Transom fish lockers, rod holders and other amenities come standard, and buyers can choose other custom paints and features.
Manufactured in Bremerton, Washington, Life Proof Boats builds semi-custom “collared” boats exclusively out of high-quality 5086 aluminum. Their boats feature a closed cell foam filled collar that adds durability and ease of boarding. The collars are made of EPE (expanded polyethylene) foam that provides over 60 pounds (27 kilograms) of flotation per cubic foot and is covered with heavy duty polyester fabric coated with urethane. The same foam is packed between the welded stringers in the floor grid of the hull to make the boats nearly unsinkable. Add self-bailing decks designed to clear all water in under a minute to a hull form that includes performance fins below the collar, and you have a safe, fast and fun RIB-style boat that has incredible tracking and cornering abilities even in rough conditions.
Duncan-based Lifetimer Boats has produced nearly 4,000 quality, durable welded aluminum boats since 1980. Eric Duncan and Geoff Howard started the company to build boats that would stand up to any activity, in any condition, for a lifetime. These traits have carried Lifetimer across the industry, from recreational fishing and cruising boats to emergency response and passenger transport vessels, and across the pond into Australia, Peru, Belize and Europe.
Their modified-V hull designs are dry, safe, efficient and ideal for service in our West Coast environment. Lifetimer produces between 50 and 60 boats a year, anywhere from 14 to 34 feet (four to 10 metres), and all models are customizable. Their lineup includes the cruising-oriented Discovery Pleasure Series of cabin cruisers with a modified line of trusted commercial vessels, a line of cabin models and commuter boats, landing craft, runabouts, ocean-ready open boats and skiffs.
Dan Parker has been building quality fibreglass boats in Richmond, BC, since the ‘70s. Monaros are known for their durability and seakeeping. In fact, there are Monaros currently operating in the arctic and Dan recently explained to me how they ran the Mackenzie from Hay River, the same path that Peter Robson and Larry Graf followed on an Aspen Power Catamaran (PY December 2019/January 2020). Monaro’s newest model, the 235 is designed mainly for day use, fishing or commuting but can be outfitted for weekending or extended cruising. Standard power is a Yamaha 250.
The proven, fuel-efficient hull shape is based on the successful Monaro 24 hull. A transom door is standard, as is a self-bailing cockpit. The boat comfortably seats four under the hard top, out of the weather. These boats are known for their dry, soft ride. All Monaros are built-to-order and if you are interested in dealing directly with a personable and knowledgeable boatbuilder, Dan will be happy to accommodate you.
Built in Roseburg, Oregon, North River builds a wide variety of commercial and recreational boats from high-quality aluminum. Their new Seahawk Offshore SXL 2700 is 30 feet, three inches (9.14 metres) overall and has a nine-foot, six-inch (2.74-metre) beam, which gives it unprecedented interior volume and opens up the cabin and the cockpit. The hull has a 55-degree bow entry for good seakeeping. The main cabin and V-berth with locking doors feature upholstered headliners and marine carpet. The helm has two suspension seats, a full-width dash with storage tray, lockable glove box, welded grab bar, cup holders and sliding side windows with screens. Outside are welded roof-mounted rocket launchers, net holders, brushed aluminum downrigger brackets and a transom bait/fish box. The cockpit features Matson dark grey non-skid surfaces as does the cuddy, gunwales and swim deck. The cabin top sports a welded radar arch and forward there is an anchor pulpit and bow anchor locker. North Rivers have a lifetime warranty for first owners.
NMI has been building quality boats in the Pacific Northwest since 1955 and claims to be the longest running fibreglass boat manufacturing company in the US. NMI has four boat lines under its umbrella, including C-Dory, Osprey, SeaSport and Skagit Orca.
The newest addition in the Sea Sport lineup is the Commander 2800. The trailerable Commander is the perfect size for both leisure family cruising and the diehard fisherman. By adding two feet in length and 13 inches in beam over the 2600 series, you gain many features that simply were not possible on the smaller boats. The full galley includes a two-burner propane cooktop, a deep sink with hot and cold water and a 3.5-cubic foot (one-cubic metre) fridge. The cabin also includes a fully enclosed electric marine head and a hot water shower system.
In the Osprey line, the 26-foot Legend is one of the most popular models. With a length of 26 feet (7.9 metres) the Legend was built to withstand rough waters and with comfort in mind. The cabin has a full galley with a deep sink and sufficient counter space for meal prep. There are two main layouts with the biggest difference being the location of the head. Layout A has the head tucked away in the V-berth, while layout B has made room for a small head behind the dinette. The 56-square foot (5.2-square metre) self-bailing aft deck affords ample space for fishing or room for chairs and a table for a comfy day at anchor. The 26 has a full walk around deck with handrails that allow for safe transitions to the bow of the boat.
Parker Poland has been building boats in Poland since the 1970s. Their current offerings are from 16 to 50 feet. The Parker 660 was designed for fishing but should be up to the task of family cruising as well. It comes in three configurations: the Pilothouse, Weekend and Open models, with an overall length of 21 feet, six inches (6.6 metres). The V-shaped hull provides a stable and dry ride at speed even in lumpy conditions. The 660 Pilothouse can reach speeds of 35 knots with the standard 150-horsepower outboard. Movement around the cabin is easy and safe with its high sides and numerous handrails and grab handles. There is ample storage space for bait, other fishing equipment and special storage tunnels for the rods. Standard equipment includes a deck shower to wash down the cockpit after a successful fishing trip, port and starboard rod holders and aft deck light.
Florida-based Pursuit has been building quality fishing boats in a variety of styles since 1977. They were previously owned by the same company that owns Tiara Yachts, but in 2018 Malibu Boats acquired them and has been building the brand ever since. Their current lineup stretches from 24 to 44 feet and includes offshore cabin boats, centre consoles, dual consoles and sport boats.
The DC 246 was introduced at the Palm Beach International Boat Show in 2021 and is still making waves. This 25-foot, eight-inch (7.8-metre) dual console is a stylish family sport boat. It features forward lounge seating on the bow and has significantly increased the cockpit size over its predecessor. Fold away the cockpit seating and the boat becomes fishing ready. It has gunwale rod holders, a 15-gallon (56.7-litre) live-well and a 31-gallon (117.3-litre) fish box in the transom. The DC 246 is powered by a Yamaha F300 that cruises comfortably at 29 knots with a top speed of 39 knots. This model has many customizable options with a cockpit wet bar, ski tow bar, a bow table that converts into a sunpad and several more that depend on the owner’s preferences.
The DC 266 Dual Console has proven to be a popular model in BC waters because of its size, quality and versatility. This Pursuit has a good-sized cockpit ideal for fishing, complete with a 20-gallon (90-litre) live well, gunwale mounted rod holders and transom fish box. It comes with reinforced aluminum plates and wiring for easy downrigger installation. The DC 266 is also equally at home pleasure cruising or island hopping with a folding transom seat, wrap around seating on the open bow and an optional sunpad insert. A ski pole is available for watersports and with twin Yamaha F150s, or an upgrade to twin F200s, the boat is fast and fun. An adjustable helm seat provides easy access to all controls and optional Garmin electronics. A private compartment with head and sink will keep everyone on the water longer.
Raider builds heavy-gauge aluminum boats from their shop in Colville, Washington. Raider’s lineup includes boats from 18 feet (5.5 metres) up to 30 feet (nine metres) and all are built using 5086 marine grade aluminum. Boats are double welded wherever possible and built using a stringer grid system for maximum strength and durability—so they are up to the challenge of our West Coast waters. These boats are fishing machines first, but many models, like the 290 Offshore, can be customized for multi-day cruising with a number of cabin lengths and configurations available, and with up to 190 gallons (860 litres) of fuel capacity these boats have range too.
Built in the Seattle area, Ranger Tugs builds a series of popular tugboat-style fibreglass cruisers from 23 to 43 feet. These boats are known for having flexible interior layouts and a boatload of amenities. Ranger Tugs’ R-27 sleeps four in two cabins or six if you fold down the dinette table. It has a fully equipped galley with refrigerator, deep stainless-steel sink, propane stove and oven. The saloon is accented with teak, while an overhead glass atrium, large opening windows, a curved glass windshield and opening hatches provide sweeping views, light and air. Powered by a 300-horsepower Yamaha outboard, the R-27 can reach top speeds over 30 knots. Patented laminar flow interrupters help deliver smooth positive cornering. A large cockpit with fold-down seating is equally suited to entertaining or fishing. A tender is essential for cruising but storing the dinghy on an outboard powered boat can be challenging. Ranger Tugs has developed an innovative new dinghy lift system that lets boaters carry and stow a compact RIB that can be loaded using Weaver snap davits and then folds up and is winched into position over the top of the outboards.
Built in Sooke, BC, Silver Streak makes a wide variety of commercial and pleasure craft from welded aluminum. A recent small-boat project is a 19-foot landing craft/centre console. This vessel was built for the Youbou Volunteer Fire Department but would be equally suited to service an island home. Constructed using 3/16-inch 5086 aluminum on the one-piece bottom and sides, the hull includes closed cell polyurethane spray foam under decks and gunwales for flotation. The welded aluminum centre console has a three-sided windshield, hard top and bench seating. The drop-down bow door creates a four-foot, four-inch ramp that is operated with a hand winch and single pulley system and includes a safety lock and gasket. The ramp is ideal for transporting people and gear ashore and the bottom of the boat has a keel guard for added protection. A fish box in the rear gunwale is complete with a cutting board. Storage is conveniently located beneath the seats and there is a transom battery compartment. A single Yamaha F150XB powers this versatile, beachable platform.
Founded in New Zealand in 1987, Stabicraft builds aluminum boats from 15 to 27 feet. Their original claim to fame was designing the world’s first aluminium positive buoyancy chambered boat. Today, Stabicrafts are built with “live ring protection” which comes from individually sealed air and water-tight aluminium chambers that wrap around the hull. Stabicrafts are built tough—well-suited for Pacific Northwest waters. Whether fishing, commuting or just playing around on the water, Stabicrafts are up to the task, and their unique styling will stand out on the dock and on the water. Stabicraft’s latest releases include the 1450 and 2250 Ultracab WT (walk-through).
Galleon Marine, Richmond 604-273-7544
Based in Clarkston, Washington, Thunder Jet has been specializing in heavy gauge aluminum boat construction for 40 years. They build boats from 18 to 28 feet in a variety of configurations from open runabouts and river fishing boats to hard top and cabin boats meant for saltwater. Many are outboard powered but as the name implies, they still build jetboats.
The Thunder Jet 210 Luxor is the newest and largest in the popular Luxor series. Its length overall comes to 23 feet, five inches (7.1 metres) and it is powered by a Mercury 150XL 4-Stroke. The cockpit was built with a fisherman in mind with tons of storage space for supplies and equipment. The bow is easily accessible with a five-piece walk-though windshield. Tough waters are no problem with their industry-exclusive tri-structure reverse chine hull with delta keel bottom.
The smaller Thunder Jet 185 Luxor comes in with a length overall of 20 feet, 10 inches (6.4 metres). It has recently had its hull redesigned to now have a variable degree deadrise opposed to previously having a constant degree. This upgrade has made the 185 Luxor not only a great lake boat but a comfortable small ocean boat, whether you are fishing, commuting or taking the family out for a rip. It comes in a variety of hard top options. thunderjet.com
River City Marine, Abbotsford
Tideline Welded Aluminum Boats is one of the newest boat builders in the Pacific Northwest, launching its first finished vessel in January of 2021. Their first boat was the TL 28 with its length overall coming in at 31 feet, eight inches. A little big for this list, but we’ll make an exception for the new boat builder on the block. With its deep-vee hull the TL 25 can go through most weather conditions easily and can cruise a good range with its 400-litre fuel tank. Tideline is accepting orders for vessels of the same design.
Launched this year, the Tideline TL 25 is a 25-foot, four-inch boat that is great for fishing and family cruising. With rear station controls, the captain never has to be far from the fishing action. The deck features is a teak UltraDeck which has a very nice sleek look and is easy to maintain. The TL 25 has a full size cabin with dinette. The forward-facing dinette’s back rest can be adjusted so that a crew member can either sit at the table and visit or turn around and look out the front with the driver. There is a head hidden away in the V-berth. The TL 25 comes fully packaged with Simrad NSS Evo electronics with radar (dual screen at the main helm and single screen at the rear). Power is provided by a Yamaha F300XCA and a fly-by-wire Yamaha T9.9 XPB kicker for trolling. The TL 25 is a sturdy and fun build with a roomy interior and exterior making it excellent for fishing trips with friends and family.
Building top-quality RIBs and aluminum boats in Sidney, BC, for more than 20 years, Titan focuses on commercial, government and safety boats but also makes high-quality semi-custom recreational boats from 26 to 35 feet. They recently completed a 35-foot (10.5-metre) aluminum RIB with a cabin powered by twin 425-horsepower Yamaha V8s that hits speeds over 50 knots. The collar has a seven-chamber hybrid Hypalon D-Tube with foam billet meaning it has foam filling but also an inflatable air pocket. Full Shockwave S2 seating maintains comfort and security at high speeds. The boat includes a custom worktable and small galley (with microwave and fridge). A full stand-up head with privacy shades has a toilet and sink. Electronics include a Simrad EVO3S electronics package and Infinity optics ATLAS PTZ camera. A Highliner triple axle trailer makes it easy to launch, retrieve and stow the boat.
The Victory A6 Cabin is a small, sporty and maneuverable boat that originates in Europe. With a length of 20 feet, eight inches (6.3 metres) and a width of seven feet, 10.5 inches (2.4 metres) there is not much space for error in this slick design. Victory has maximized their use of space in this build with quite a lot of storage options in both the bow and stern. A sturdy design and reliable aluminum hull combined with a fibreglass deck provides a comfortable ride. The cabin provides a very ergonomic layout with adjustable seats. The A6 is perfect for quick day trips and if your adventure lasts multiple days the seats transform into comfortable double beds. This boat comes with additional options like a windlass in the bow, bow cushions or shock absorption pedestals. The A6 feels very European, like a compact sports car for the sea.
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