Comfortable boating is a major objective at Cruise Craft and the Outsider 595 lives up to the lofty expectations.
CruiseCraft has again reinforced its absolute commitment to the Australian recreational boating market with the launch of the totally new CruiseCraft Outsider 595 model. The new Outsider slots perfectly between the existing 575 and 625 models.
Following on from the success of the CruiseCraft 485 and 530 models released in 2010, CruiseCraft is confirmed as one of Australia’s most active and prolific boat manufacturers.
Most significantly, the new CruiseCraft Outsider 595 continues the design genre established with the 530. The generously flared bows, sleek deck line and rolling gunwale profile have won wide acclaim for the pleasing and balanced design. In short, the new style CruiseCraft Outsiders has achieved, ‘the look’ and delivers in spades on the ‘wow’ factor.
While the new lines have been carried through to the new Outsider 595, the practicality of the Outsider models has been retained for family fishing and cruising.
The CruiseCraft design team have achieved wonderful results in bringing new features to the Outsider 595. The deck is a full walk around design with a hatch seat included at the bow end of the boat. Inside the cockpit, heavy use boaters will appreciate the fully moulded one piece fibreglass patterned floor liner which is hidden under a removable clipout carpet. This is easy on the feet and super easy to maintain.
At the helm a new look dash is expansive enough to carry the full gamut of engine monitoring instruments and marine electronics that boaters now demand. Fisho’s will revel in the plumbed underfloor storage tank which doubles as a generous storage bin on non-fishing days.
Comfortable boating is a major objective at CruiseCraft and the Outsider 595 lives up to the lofty expectations. There is a new style SST Targa/Bimini canopy (optional), a sliding lockable cabin door (optional) and a full width removable rear lounge which can be quickly folded away when not required.
For those fussed about the statistics of the new CruiseCraft Outsider, it carries a length overall of 6.35m and a generous beam of 2.44m. The hull geometry is founded on CruiseCraft’s winning and proven design formula.
Whilst the maximum power rating is 175hp, the hull efficiency is such that this new hull delivers exceptional performance with a modest 135 hp outboard on the transom.
The Cruise Craft Outsider range directly targets the family group who like to fish offshore. The cabin is longer for overnighting and the layout features a recessed walkaround to the bow.
CruiseCraft is a wholly family owned, third generation Australian boat manufacturing business, operating from their Brisbane manufacturing facility. CruiseCraft boats are distributed exclusively through a network of Authorised Dealers throughout Australia and selected international markets.
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