Here is a sneak peek at the all new and much anticipated Stabicraft 1600 Fisher incorporating the Carbon Fibre top deck.
The 1600 Fisher and Frontier are the first models in a new range from Stabicraft: the 1600 Project Carbon Series. Incorporating lightweight resin-infused composite cabins/consoles, they offer edgy, uncompromising styling backed by the performance and handling advantages of Stabicraft’s Arrow Pontoons and the wedge-shaped Game Chaser Transom from the company’s larger models.
These two new models also feature the popular Wing Style coamings, a design that’s good to sit on and deflects spray in choppy conditions.
The two 1600 Project Carbon Series boats share 4mm-thick hulls with 3mm pontoons but have different superstructures; the Fisher carries a carbon-composite cabin with an extra-large single-pane windscreen while the Frontier has a carbon-composite centre console with a wrap-around acrylic screen.
The cabin of the 1600 Fisher in particular explores the design possibilities of resin-infused carbon-composite construction, offering a thoroughly modern looking cabin and helm console; centre-mounted Furuno electronics are a standout feature.
The ergonomics of the Fisher’s helm areas are good with a comfortable driving position, sitting or standing, and a great view through the dip in the one-piece screen to the Maxwell RC6 winch.
Webbe Marine will be displaying the new 1600 Fisher – Project Carbon at this years Sydney International Boatshow, along with 6 other Stabicraft Models, the best range ever seen at the Sydney Boatshow.
For more information on the 1600 Project Carbon or any other Stabicraft model, contact Gavan Daly or Ashley Faraj on 02 95217944.