As you all now for 2018 the biggest news is the launch of the new Revolution concave hull design.
Stacer says the new hull is a natural evolution of its Barra and Assault Pro hulls. Employing a curved bottom sheet, combined with a raised chine, the Revolution design is claimed to produce a more well-balanced ride, with increased stability at rest and underway.
“The hull built in a manufacturing process unique to Stacer, Is high performing and glides over the water, Providing a more balanced ride with superior stability,” said Stacer National Account Manager Dominic Smith.
The 619 Wild Rider bowrider, featuring a Roswell wake tower, suitably impressed our reviewers with its overall seakeeping and soft-riding characteristics. Performance is impressive, with a suitable Mercury outboard.
The Wild Rider range, comprising five models (499, 519, 539, 589 and 619), replaces Stacer’s Easy Rider suite of versatile family fun craft and provides a bunch of options for families who like to vary their boating activities. Features include heightened freeboard with taller side sheets, a concealed open anchor well, which hides under a swab at the front of an enlarged bow cockpit, tow jams under the side pockets, expanded underfloor storage and a scupper drainage system.
This flagship 619 also features a new drop-nose bow. Options include an Angler Pack, bow fill-in casting platform, a rear lounge casting platform, live well, plus, for the more adventurous there’s a wake tower.
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