THE smallest in the Yellowfin range, the Quintrex 5800 is capable of serious offshore fishing while offering practicality and a lower price point.
The Yellowfin models are built strong for ultimate protection from the elements, with the 5800 featuring 5mm plate bottom sheets, 5mm transom material and 4mm side sheets. Don’t be fooled by the smaller model, as construction-wise the 5800 proves that strength truly does come from within.
The ‘Marine Core’ construction features a sub-frame rib structure of longitudinal and latitudinal ribs made of 6mm vertical stringers and 5mm horizontal ribs. Like the larger boats in the range, the 5800 features a fully welded checker plate floor with a box section floor frame offering extra strength.
You can guarantee ultimate power too, because the new transom design also allows for larger outboards in both power and weight. With a maximum horsepower rating of 150hp and a 136-litre underfloor fuel tank, the 5800 can get you quickly and safely offshore and back home.
Quintrex national account manager Cameron Wood said the 5800 is available at a lower price point but still contains an impressive list of features. “At less than 6m, the 5800 is easily towed and stored, making offshore adventures easier than ever,” he said. “While it is the smallest in the range, the beauty of this model is the huge open deck space and massive cabin, so you can still bring your mates along. “You’ll definitely turn heads with the new YF decals, stripe design and updated logo. “These boats really have the wow factor.”
The new models are fully equipped for reeling in trophy fish with features such as 16 rod holders, berley bucket, 110-litre kill tank and new live bait tank complete with viewing window and external pick-up.
For more information on the entire Yellowfin range, visit your local Quintrex dealer or quintrex.com.au