New boats: Bar Crusher Hard Top Pilothouse Series


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Bar Crusher has released new plate-alloy fishing boats under the Hard Top Pilothouse banner.

 

  • Bar Crusher releases hard top pilothouse models

 

  • Three new models: Bar Crusher 670HTP, 730HTP and 780HTP

 

  • Lockable pilothouse allows for quick layout changes

 

Plate-boat builder Bar Crusher has extended its range of fishing boats with the release of new models: the Bar Crusher Hard Top Pilothouse (HTP) series.

Three new offshore fishing boats have been released so far: the Bar Crusher 670HTP, 730HTP and 780HTP. Each boat features fully-enclosed cabins, toilets and other comforts.

Bar Crusher Hardtop Pilothouse boat on the water

According to Bar Crusher, the pilothouse layout can be rapidly changed from a fishing layout to a dining table. The pilothouse is lockable and either side of its entrance are seats. Removing the cushions reveals a plumbed freshwater sink, plus a gas stove.

"The pilothouse range is designed and built for those who take their fishing seriously, but also want a little extra comfort and protection… think ‘pocket cruiser’, with all the comforts your wife, girlfriend or kids have always wanted in your hardcore fishing machine," says Peter Cleland from Bar Crusher.

"On the port side there’s a clever seating arrangement that has two fabric-covered seats with a table in between, which is perfect for a coffee or reading your favourite magazine while waiting for the fish to come on," says Cleland.

"Then, in the blink of an eye, the table stows behind the helm seat and the seats slide together to provide a bench seat for the trip back to port."

 

Want to know more? You can ask Bar Crusher for more information or request a brochure.

 

 


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