New Stacer Cross Fire

STACER has released its most versatile boat yet, the Cross Fire.

Designed for 80 percent fishing and 20 percent fun, the entire family will be happy out on the water. While being a serious fishing machine, the Stacer Cross Fire can also be used for relaxation, watersports and cruising the waterways.

The beauty of the Cross Fire is the removable front casting platform, so you get the practicality of two boats in one. The front casting platform is sturdy and provides the stability needed when reeling in monster fish. When out on the water with the family, the casting platform can be removed to reveal a V-berth with plenty of seating room. This can then be turned into a sunlounge with optional cushions and backrest.

The newly designed side pockets offer practical storage for family items as well as all your fishing gear. The Cross Fire offers a comfortable ride due to the superb and stable Evo Advance Hull. With a sharper bow entry and a deeper V, the Evo Advance Hull provides the perfect combination of storage, stability and rough water performance.

Stacer national account manager Drew Jackson said he expects big orders on the Cross Fire due to the versatility and endless options available.

“The Cross fire comes in multiple configurations with a side console as standard, but can be fitted with a second twin console,” he said.

“With bimini and envelope, four rod holders, VHF radio and Stacer Elite Pro seats all included as standard, you can be sure you are getting value for money.

“You can customise the Cross Fire to fit your exact needs.

“If you’re into fishing you can add options such as the Mega Chopper Cutting Board and a berley bucket.

“But if you want a day of fun on the water you can option up the boat with a ski pole, ski hooks, transom ladder, hydraulic steering and drink holders.”

For more information on the Cross Fire or the entire Stacer range, visit www.stacer.com.au

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