Stacer goes hard core

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Fit­ted with a pow­er­ful 175hp di­rect-in­jec­tion twostroke Ev­in­rude ETEC and a Stain­less 17-inch Rebel prop, this boat has a top speed of 82km/h.

The ETEC pro­vides plenty of punch and lifts this hull out of the wa­ter with ease.

Mon­i­tor­ing the en­gine’s fuel and per­for­mance is a breeze with the Ev­in­rude Dig­i­tal I-Com­mand gauges, so you can spend more time try­ing to catch the big one and less time wor­ry­ing.

Rust isn’t an is­sue now be­cause Stacer fits all its Ocean Rangers with Al­loy trail­ers as stan­dard. The al­loy al­lows for the trailer to flex un­der load un­like con­ven­tional gal­vanised steel which is sus­cep­ti­ble to crack­ing.

Launch­ing and re­triev­ing is made easy by us­ing a com­bi­na­tion of keel rollers and skids. LED lights are now a stan­dard fea­ture all Stacer trail­ers.

Over­all, Stacer has put to­gether an im­pres­sive fish­ing boat.

The com­pany has lis­tened to its loyal cus­tomers and the end re­sult speaks for it­self.

This boat will surely be a big con­tender in the off­shore boat mar­ket and if this rig is any­thing to go by Stacer has got big­ger and bet­ter things to come. Drop in and have a chat to Ben McDon­ald and Nathan Al­sop at Ter­ri­tory Ma­rine to­day so you can see the 649 Ocean Ranger for your­self. Ter­ri­tory Ma­rine is in McCourt Rd, Yar­ra­wonga.


The Stacer Ocean Ranger – pow­ered by a 175hp Ev­in­rude two-stroke – in full flight

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