Mercury’s new 350 Amanzi is on display in an Australian launch at Sanctuary Cove featuring a new hull design, which includes a deeper vee, lifting strakes and a change in the aft-hull geometry.
The improvements mean the 3.5m vessel, already well-known as a tender, is now also a day tripper. It is rated for outboards up to 40hp and is built to carry four people.
The 350 Amanzi, built in the US, offers a luxury side-console and forward steering with tilt adjustment. The driver has complete control with easy-to-read speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge and voltage meter built into the console.
The bow rail, which comes as standard, provides safety, while other features include a cooler storage area, a dry storage compartment in the stern, space for safety gear and tray storage areas.
An electric bilge pump, navigation lights, courtesy lights, an integral fuel tank with deck filler, three air chambers and a non-slip deck mean safety has been a priority for this vessel.
The RIB is made of super-tough Hypalon XD material, which is resistant to abrasions, hydrocarbons, fire, UV light and fading.