The 575 ProFish can also be fully customised with an impressive list of optional extras to upgrade the package to an all-round family boat suitable for fishing, watersports or cruising with friends.
The recently-released 575 ProFish brings the dream of owning a Haines Hunter sportfishing boat within reach of more anglers.
Measuring 5.90m LOA, beam 2.25m, the 575 ProFish’s deep-V hull design combines the perfect balance of performance and stability, while the fully-fibreglassed stringer system ensures maximum hull strength in most inshore and offshore conditions.
Incorporating all of the benefits synonymous with the Haines Hunter brand, the 575 ProFish has been designed specifically for serious anglers, with the standard hardcore fishing package allowing people to hit the water with minimal financial outlay.
The well-designed helm area offers ample space to install any combination of marine electronics, wide side pockets provide plenty of storage for all manner of gear, while the spacious cockpit allows four large adult anglers to fish in comfort.
The 575 ProFish can also be fully customised with an impressive list of optional extras to upgrade the package to an all-round family boat suitable for fishing, watersports or cruising with friends. A rear bench seat, lined cabin and deck carpet are just a few of the creature comforts popular among families.
With an outboard power rating up to 150hp and a 160L fuel capacity, the 575 certainly has the ability to get all onboard to the fishing grounds and back, or tow a ski toy with ease.
Described by the manufacturer as an ‘affordable all-rounder’, the 575 ProFish has a hull-only weight of 850kg which also means the boat/motor/trailer package can be easily towed behind the average family sedan.
Drawing on 50 years of boat manufacturing experience, Haines Hunter’s build quality and attention to detail is second to none. Only premium quality materials and fittings are used throughout, with all hulls backed by a seven-year structural warranty.
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