WEB EXCLUSIVE: New Coastryder 6000HTF

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STOP PRESS! Coastryders storm ashore

WEB EXCLUSIVE: New Coastryder 6000HTF

"If the new Coastryder 6000HTF is anything to go by, these boats are destined to become one of the next ‘big’ Aussie brands".

In a world exclusive, Trailerboat can reveal that the new Coastryder range of fibreglass boats, RIBs and PWCs, will soon be launched onto the Australian market.

And if you think that’s interesting news, the really big news is that in coming months Trailerboat will begin its biggest trailerboat giveaway ever — a brand new Coastryder 6000 Hard Top Fisherman — but more on that in future editions.

The Coastryder range of boats was designed by world-renowned Kiwi yacht and powerboat designer, Brett Bakewell-White. These boats were specifically designed with deep-vee hulls and aggressive chines to suit Australia’s rugged conditions.

Bakewell-White employed a holistic approach to the powerboat’s design and came up with a range of craft that offer a pleasing blend of aesthetics, comfort, strength, quality, speed and performance, all at the right price.

Coastryder Boats are Australian-owned, Kiwi-designed vessels that are built in China under strict quality control. All components, such as hatches, deck hardware, bilge pumps, fuel tanks and the likes, are exported from New Zealand to the factory in China, to further ensure each boat’s quality.

The range consists of vessels from 10 to 32ft that are built with technical input from High Modulus to ensure their quality and strength.

The new 6000 Hard Top Fisherman has an LOA of 6.2m, a beam of 2.49m and is rated to a maximum of 200hp, but fitted with a great outboard like the 150hp Evinrude E-TEC, this boat will have more than enough power.

And if the new Coastryder 6000HTF is anything to go by, these boats are destined to become one of the next "big" Aussie brands.

Ian Macrae, Editor at Large


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