Stacer’s affordable aluminium range has undergone a major makeover and recent relaunch on the Gold Coast.
An all-new CrossFire model was unveiled, which Stacer says is aimed at those who primarily fish, but also like to spend time enjoying family fun and watersports. Available in 489, 509, 539 and 579 hull lengths, features include a removable front casting platform, which transforms the bow into a V-berth or sunlounge, and the Evo Advance Hull for a smoother, drier ride. Options include a bait-prep board, skipole, transom ladder and extra console.
The tournament-style Assault Pro has been updated, while two new models have been added to the basic Nomad range.
The Assault Pro now boasts pop-up cleats, consoles that can accommodate up to 10in displays, and new optional roto-moulded front storage bins.
The Nomad range now includes a 449 and 469, with solid 4mm bottom sheets and 3mm top sheets, while new Sports Side Consoles give the range a modern sporty look.
Updates have been made to the Runabout range, too, with the 429 being Stacer’s top-selling boat in Australia. New features include Shark Carpet, which is soft underfoot and helps conceal dirt, and a larger anchorwell.
Stacer’s Ocean Ranger plate aluminium fishing range now includes 589 and 619 Hard Tops. The 589 boasts 730mm of freeboard and is rated to 150hp, while the 619 is rated to 175hp and has a fuel capacity of 168lt. All Ocean Rangers now come equipped with trim tabs and are fitted with upgraded Ocean Pro seats.
Fishos will also be interested in the new Sea Range centre-console plate boats, which Stacer says are designed to tackle challenging offshore conditions. The range comprises a 619 and 679, with the smaller boat rated to 200hp and the larger up to 225hp. Other features include a two-person centre console, sealed checkerplate front casting platform and optional 80lt secondary fuel tanks on both models.
For more information, visit your local Stacer dealer, or go to: stacer.com.au.