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Thanks to the hybrid bowrider and barra-bass fishing layout, it is an all-rounder, offering a next-to-none angling experience and a family boat with ample customisation potential.

Stacer defines the ultimate Crossfire boat

ESTABLISHED in 2016, the Stacer Crossfire is heralded as the first of its kind in aluminium boating, offering the Australian community a revolutionary hybrid product, meeting the needs of families and avid fishos alike.

Heralded as one of the most revolutionary boats on the Australian market, the Crossfire is set to make waves across the country yet again as it hits the market with all-new updates, taking the boating experience to a new level.

 

Crossfire is heralded as the first of its kind in aluminium boating, offering the Australian community a revolutionary hybrid product, meeting the needs of families and avid fishos alike.

 

Set to transform the boat buying experience, Stacer is making its debut with an all-new boat package concept, created to simplify the purchasing process and welcome more first-time boaties into the lifestyle.

Now offered in a small collection of boat configurations, the Crossfire will be available as the most cost-effective and entry-level options featuring the mere essentials, while the Crossfire SE will deliver a premium experience as a fully configured boat comprising the most sought-after extras.

Alternatively, upgrades such as Travel, Angler’s, and Entertainer’s packages allow customers to specially design their boat to their lifestyle.

Telwater district sales manager Jayson Jones said, “Available as upgrades to the standard Crossfire model, the three packs have been inspired by the most popular boating lifestyles and feature the most common options that are married to those lifestyles”.

 

High side sheets and a deep freeboard, coupled with ample options offers a safe product for all boat users and enormous customisation to suit any boating lifestyle, from ski poles and wake-towers for water sports.

 

“For example, the Angler’s pack is targeted towards the fisho with features including a berley bucket, cutting board, VHF radio and more.”

“Thanks to Stacer’s investment in customer feedback, we are able to continue meeting current and potential boaters needs.

“Market research has shown the biggest hurdle when entering boating is the difficulty in purchasing, so we are driving towards the most simplistic buying process possible.”

Since founded in 1971, Stacer has been established as one of the most sought-after boat brands in the country due to its reliability, durability, affordability, and straightforward operation.

Stacer also continues to remain one of the most customisable products in the market, with its vast range of options still available for customers to specially personalise each vessel.

High side sheets and a deep freeboard, coupled with ample options offers a safe product for all boat users and enormous customisation to suit any boating lifestyle, from ski poles and wake-towers for water sports, cutting boards and a fixed casting platform for anglers, biminis for sun safety and much more.

Crafted afoot the Revolution Hull, the Crossfire is renowned for its outstanding ride performance – with its sharp seam designed to cut through wake while the convex sides disperse water away from the boat, making it perfect for diverse waterways including open bays and inland inlets.

Thanks to the hybrid bowrider and barra-bass fishing layout, it is an all-rounder, offering a next-to-none angling experience and a family boat with ample customisation potential.

“The convertible bow offers a comfortable lounge area for family or friends to relax, or leave the cushions at home and the spacious casting platform offers an uninterrupted roomy area to cast a lure from or reel in a catch,” Jayson said.

“Alternatively, the Crossfire can be optioned up with the Crossfisher Casting Platform to create the ultimate sports fishing vessel.”

New to the Crossfire range is the 539 and 589 rear centre console layout, meeting the demand of Northern Territory boaties by delivering an open bow and forward deck to capitalise on fishing real-estate.

 

New to the Crossfire range is the 539 and 589 rear centre console layout, meeting the demand of Northern Territory boaties by delivering an open bow and forward deck to capitalise on fishing real-estate.

 

Available in a wide range of sizes and with a vast person capacity, the Crossfire has been meticulously created by an expert team of product developers to cater to every boating lifestyle.

All new design additions including underfloor storage, rotomoulded anchorwells, tilt steering, an updated console, and newly introduced paint colours, further add to the overall customer experience by enhancing driver ergonomics and meeting the demand for increased protected storage compartments.

All Stacer boats are proudly Australian made, with a network of some of the best Australian boat dealers scattered across the country for ease of access.

Owned by Bombardier Recreational Products, global leader in powersports, the future is only up from here.

Become part of the Stacer community, or find out more about the 2022 Stacer Crossfire range today by contacting your local dealer via https://www.stacer.com.au/buying-a-boat/make-an-enquiry

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