ARVOR Australia has launched the new Arvor Weekender, a model that features a semi-planing hull derivative of the renowned boat range.
The Weekender's hull design maintains the same sea keeping qualities of other Arvors, combining stability and performance. The high topside equates to a dry ride.
It couldn't be a Weekender without the benefit of a larger, more luxurious cabin. Its neat arrangement provides a large vee berth, convertible dinette, workable galley with 12-volt fridge, a gas stove, private head compartment and two sinks with pressurised water.
The large windows allow light to flood in while keeping occupants dry out of the elements.
After a day's fishing the boat is well equipped for dropping anchor in a sheltered cove for the night.
The newest Arvor features a single Cummins CMD 150hp diesel engine, shaft drive, lockable cabin, self-draining cockpit, walk-around decks and more.
The first Weekender is due in Australian water this month.
More information: www.collinsmarine.com.au
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