Available as 510, 530, 570, 610, 650 and 690 models there is an Ocean Spirit to suit every family size or friendship circle.read more
New Aluminium Boats
Aluminium boat or boats with plate hulls are popular for fishing and are easy to tow on trailers. Many aluminium boats are made in Australia by custom boat builders and manufacturers. New aluminium boats are strong and make great work boats, even the small ones!
The best aluminium boat or plate boat is the one that will meet your boating & lifestyle requirments. Talk to the boat builder or manufacturer about custom options.
Browse the new aluminium boats below by brand and find your new aluminium boat on Yacht and Boat - your 'new boats' specialists.
The new Hornet range including the F450, F481 and F500 models have received a brand new design sure to impress old and new anglers alike. The brand new F- Hornet is the ultimate fishing boat and now features a new bow designread more
Savage’s new release for 2013 the Big Kahuna is the ultimate tinnie complete with all the trimmings. Built tough with 3mm plate look sides the 445 Big Kahuna is the newest offering from Australia’s oldest Aluminium boat brand.read more
Bar Crusher’s brand new 610HT is built on the same hull that is considered by knowledgeable boaters as the perfect all-round boat for Australian conditions.view gallery
BtB marine offers a wide range of boats from sturdy tenders to flat-out custom fishing boats some of which are available for test drive right now. All of the boats built by BtB marine are done so with quality allowing them to place 5-year warranties on all of their hulls.
Quintrex has been in the business of building innovative and premium aluminium boats since 1945. Proudly Australian made and owned, the Quintrex brand and has long been an Australian boating favourite
Sailfish Catamarans owned by Darren & Julie-Ann Foster commenced operations at Alstonville, Northern NSW in 1993. Previously to this Darren had been head of production of another leading aluminium boat builder in Sydney for nine years, but after relocating to Alstonville Darren started Sailfish Catamarans