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Savage dinghies are built to last for years of fishing enjoyment and with the newly released 385 Big Boy the adventure is sure to continue in this tough little boat.
The 385 Big Boy now features 2mm top and bottom plate sides, which adds an extra element of toughness to the already solid design.
Plate sides provide a much sleeker and stylish appearance compared to pressed sides and maintain the strength and durability Savage boats are renowned for.
This small but mighty boat fulfils all expectations and is one of the most popular models in Savage’s Punts and Dinghies range, built to go the distance.
Savage National Account Manager Cameron Wood says the 385 Big Boy is an affordable option for the fishing enthused and is built to the same engineering integrity expected from Australia’s oldest brand in aluminium boats.
“You can’t go past the new 385 Big Boy when it comes to value for money with all the options that customers are looking for combined in an unbeatable package,” Cameron said.
“With a 1.85 metre beam and an overall length of 3.90 metres, the Big Boy has the capacity to carry four people comfortably with enough room left over to store the fishing gear.”
Rated to a maximum 30HP there is more than enough power to cruise along in comfort and Savage’s three year factory warranty gives peace of mind.
The 385 Big Boy has a range of features, with front and rear bench seats and bench seat flotation for passenger safety, short side rails and a short bowrail, two transom handles and carpeted floor between seats for greater stability underfoot.
The Big Boy can be optioned up to include a casting platform, bimini and envelope and two rod holders and the hull can be painted in white or colour to really stand out on the water.
The Savage 385 Big Boy has been built for days of fishing fun and adventure and will satisfy the needs of even the fussiest fishermen.
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