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Stabicraft 1650 Fisher: The use of our Arrow Pontoons(TM) has given the 1650 Fisher a softer, drier ride without compromising safety and reliability.
A scratch resistant glass walk through windscreen makes access to the large anchor well easy and safe.
At the stern you will find our innovative Game Chaser Transom(TM) designed to make backing down faster, smoother and safer; it brings a new element to working prize catches as well as manoeuvring around marinas and enclosed waters. Above the centrally mounted battery compartment you will find the standard bolt-on bait station complete with rod and cup holders as well as a large cutting surface and for the serous fisher, this is where the optional 66L live bait tank is fitted. On either side of the transom, fold up seats give somewhere to take a break after chasing fish or enjoying water sports while offering more deck space and great water access when raised. Comfort has been a focus through-out the design with cup and rod holders everywhere needed.
Caribbeans are built in chilly Melbourne, but they speak to the souls of Western Australians: their cockpits are huge, and that of the 2400 Hardtop is no exception. The review 2400 had received customising attention from the local agents who are also shipwrights.
Each patrol vessel is designed and built to rigid specifications depending upon its intended use. Resources Department (PIRSA) has experienced similar problems to their WA counterparts, and they are taking the same steps to counter them: they are starting to re-equip their fleet with Naiads.
Fisheries WA were so impressed with the performance of their Exmouth vessel that they ordered this sister ship for service in Karratha. Another Naiad for the Fisheries Division of South Australia's Primary Industries and Resources Department (PIRSA). These vessels are being used by the WA Police as pursuit vessels in the Fremantle and Peel regions.

This 8.5m Naiad ('Cununda') was for the Fisheries Division of South Australia's Primary Industries and Resources Department (PIRSA). Winner 2009 OVERALL WA Boat of the Year!A Custom designed for the WA Police, 'TW152' is the second 10m police vessel based on 'Jaimee Lee'. This 11.3m Naiad is based at Mandurah and patrols the coast as far south as Cape Naturaliste. Fisheries have added to their fleet of Kirby Naiads with a 12.5m 'PV Lesueur' just delivered for service in Jurien Bay. The buyer is exceptionally tall and had not been able to find a boat he could stand up straight in, so the Mansfield brothers raised the hardtop. Perhaps it is the way we work with our customers, perhaps it is the quality of the craft we build, but somehow we believe we have a successful formula for producing popular and well-respected patrol vessels.
This automatically converted the closed hardtop into an open one – a style a lot of people prefer. Similar vessels were ordered by the WA Department of Environment and Conservation for Exmouth and Broome. It has a top speed of 40 knots and carries 200 litres of fuel, a difficult vessel to outrun - especially in high seas.
By no means a cheap alternative but it can be important to have high priority on spinal preservation and care with the speed that patrol vessels generate. There is a genuine flushing toilet in the fore cabin, and goodies under the two main seats: a vast ice box under the driver, and a sink below the navigator that in turn sits on a locker.
The seats themselves are in the luxury class – large, well padded, and equipped with footrests attached to the seat boxes, the position that usually works best. The fore hatch is unusually large making for easy rope handling; ropes get a dedicated foredeck locker.

Anchoring is handled by a power windlass and has the extra security of an all-chain cable.The hardtop is double skinned, which allowed a console to be moulded into it. A lot of secondary items have been moved up there leaving plenty of dash space for the all-Raymarine electronics and the motor monitors.
Extra bracing was installed when the roof was raised, providing informal hand holds for driver and passenger.Three more passengers can fit onto the folding lounge aft.
Racks in the side pockets plus coaming sockets installed to suit the owner will easily accommodate their rods. More dedicated storage is available in the two under deck lockers.Caribbeans are usually finished locally with extras to suit the owner. Ours had extra side cleats, trim tabs, underwater lights, a remotely controlled spotlight, a bait board and a four-speaker stereo with ipod docking. Simpler than the Verado, with no supercharger or electronic controls, these motors push out a lot of grunt from a full three litres.
An option, which has just become available, is a 265hp diesel sterndrive – and some diesel it is.
Not the sort of day you would choose for boating, but just the conditions that Caribbeans are designed to absorb.
There was plenty of movement of course, giving the hull a chance to demonstrate its rigidity: not a creak, groan or rattle.

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