MUSTANG CRUISERS BUILT TO ENTERTAIN
ERE’S a sneak peek at Mustang Marine’s soon-tobe-released 2850 Sports and Super Sports cruisers.
Based on the popular 2800 Sports Cruiser, the new models hit water last month .
These very modern-looking craft — available from a base price of $155,000 — are being billed as ‘‘entry level’’ for those keen on luxury sports boating.
And they get the full treatment, with a special focus on entertainment space.
This was achieved by making the craft beamier to provide extra room in the cockpit and below decks.
The galley has been moved from the downstairs cabin to the cockpit to make for a roomier saloon.
HThe new Mustangs also get the latest in onboard entertainment.
Down below there is room to sleep up to five people, and separate full-standing headroom shower and toilet compartments.
There’s plenty of wizardry at the business end, with a touch-screen control panel, Finscan fingerprint starting technology and Smart Craft gauges.
Steps lead to the foredeck, with a boarding ladder at both the stern and bow for access.
Engine options run to a Mercruiser 350 MPI Bravo 3 (DTS), the Mercruiser 496 or Volvo D4 duo prop, all with stainless steel propellers, electronic controls and a two-year warranty. www.mustangmarine.com.au
WAVE WIZARD: Mustang Marine’s new 2850 Sports and Super Sports cruisers have been given the full treatment