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61 CC. Built tough - for those rough weather days.

This tough centre console boat has proved itself capable of delivering top performance and handling even in the roughest weather conditions. The robust, deep “V” hull provides a safe, dry and comfortable ride, making the 61 CC ideally suited to fishing, commuting or work trips.

Thanks to the excellent deck layout, there is plenty of space on both sides of the console for effortless access to the bow and easy mooring, while ample storage space is to be found under the bow and aft seats.

The passenger comforts will equal the best you'll find in any centre console boat and what's more, embarking and disembarking is a breeze, thanks to the stylish teak steps at the bow.


  • Tough deep "V" hull design
  • Two Yamaha LAN multi-function meters
  • Offshore seats with high backrests
  • Comfortable cushion sets for open areas
  • Fender holders in front of console
  • Lockable glove compartment
  • Integral navigation lights
  • 12v outlet
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All information in this catalogue is given for general guidance only and is subject to change without prior notice. Photographs may show boats being driven by professionals and no recommendation or guidance in respect of safe operation or style of use is intended or implied by the publication of these images. Always respect the local maritime regulations. Always wear the recommended personal flotation device and safety equipment when boating.