Video: Arvor 730D

The Arvor 730D is the bigger sibling to the Arvor 690D and the second of two recently released boats in the Arvor D (Diesel) boat range. Both boats are new and you can expect to see more models released in the future.



"This is my kind of boat," declares Trade-a-Boat senior boat reviewer, John "Bear" Willis. "It’s got a good enclosed cabin, plenty of deck room, and it’ really easy to move around, even for a big bloke like me."

Among its standout features are lots of beautiful teak, plenty of seating, and no shortage of storage, plus standard features like a self-draining deck. Then when it gets cold, the Arvor 730D enclosed hardtop cabin will keep you sheltered.

Another feature on the Arvor 730D is the deck hardware, which has been subjected to an extensive upgrade. The bollards are nice and big so you can wrap a large diameter rope around and feel totally secure, while throughout the boat are stainless steel rod holders and grab rails.

Power comes from a gusty, reliable, 150hp Mercury Diesel shaftdrive.

"Arvor have done it again with their new range of boats and the Arvor 730D is a beauty," says Bear Willis. "It’s got all the gear, the walkaround, the big deck room, single diesel shaftdrive, plenty of power, safety, economy — everything you could want in a boat."


Arvor 690D

Check out the smaller sibling, the Arvor 690D.


Want to know more? Browse our archives of Arvor boat reviews.



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