Shot in Melbourne, Australia, the Stabicraft 1750 Frontier is put through its paces by one of Australia’s most respected journalists John ‘Bear’ Willis.

Go to www.stabicraft.com for more information.

The conditions were calm, a far cry from where the boat is designed and made in New Zealand.

Stabicraft 1750 Frontier specifications:
Length Feet (Metres) 17. 5′ (5.26m)
Max Adults 6
Recommended HP 70hp
Maximum HP 90hp
Leg Length 20in
External Beam 2.15m
Internal Beam 1.55m
Deadrise (measured at transom) 17.5
Tube Thickness 3mm
Hull Thickness 4mm
Reserve Buoyancy (Approx) 1515L
Dry Hull Weight (Approx) 425kg
Tow Weight (Approx) 825kg
Length on Trailer 6.4m
Height on Trailer (Approx) 2.10m

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4 Comments

Jmichael Isbell

April 28, 2020

This is not a review, it is an advertisement for the boat. Nothing wrong with that and it seems a great boat. But there are TWO things you will not hear/see. One, any "cons" and all boats–have some cons–all. Second, they will never show you in rough water, as an advertisement–not a review, they do not want to scare off buyers–even those who should be-scared off by seeing a little of the reality of off shore boating. Ok, here is what we need to hear about: glare from a silver decked boat, how much fish storage there is/or isn't, the bait system, how large–or small in this case, is it? Engine options, HP rating, trailer options, twin vis single axle, and so on, and so forth. Price range, again, this not a review–and have only found ONE actual review of any of the models thus far, not sure why.

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John L

April 28, 2020

What is the price point on this boat bare bones. I don't want all the fancy paint and cup holders I want a rugged seaworthy aluminum boat

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Jhnfrmr

April 28, 2020

No where does it give you the top speed!

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BBBYpsi

April 28, 2020

Why did they stop making the 1750?

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