Stacer shows that big things come from small boats

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27th Oct 2009

Stacer is proving that size doesn’t matter when it comes to their range of Open Boats.

There are 10 models in this aluminium boat range starting with the 319 Seasprite up to the 529 Seahorse, all of which feature a wide beam and high sides, perfect for fishing trips in the river.

Stacer has also designed the Proline range featuring the 319, 349, 359, 379, 399 and 429 models, which are ideal for navigating through shallow estuaries and dams.

National Sales & Marketing Manager Damien Duncan says that these smaller Stacer boats are a great option for first time boaties.

“Stacer’s range of Open Boats and Prolines are the perfect starter boats and an especially good starter boat for the kids,” he said.

“Our open boats feature the high performance EVO Hull while the Proline range features the new Stacer hull design with a v-shape that delivers a superbly soft ride through dams and estuaries.

“Although the Open Boats and Prolines are labelled Stacer’s smaller boat range, they surprise everyone with their stability and performance whilst still being very lightweight,” he said.

Both open boat models include welded front and rear bench seats, transom handles, anchor shelf and fuel tank rack, high sides and deeper freeboard with a majority of the Seahorse models featuring Stacer’s renowned EVO Hull.

The Proline models are designed as a more low profile car topper style dinghy that can carry a maximum of 3 passengers and feature front and rear bench seats and designed with Stacer’s Proline Sports Hull for superb stability.

Both Open Boats and Prolines are available with a Stacer Ready 2 Go Package which includes boat, trailer and Mariner outboard for first time boaties to start their fishing lifestyle straight away.

First time boaties of all ages can get into their first boat with the Open Boat models starting at $4,843 and Proline models starting at $5,106 (prices exclude dealer delivery, freight, boat and trailer registration and on water costs).

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