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Biggest Trailerable Alloy Boats

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How big do you want to go? We look at some of the biggest trailerable alloy boats on the local market and offer some hints on what to look for when checking out the many brands and models.

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In recent years, there has been a real growth in big alloy trailer boats and if you are looking for a boat around 7m – 8m, there are plenty of chooses. The majority are hardtops and the choice of power is either twin outboards or diesel sterndrives. But what if even that isn’ t big enough and you want something the falls in that space between a big trailer boat and small launch. When you start to research what is available around 10m plus you have to consider a whole new set of criteria. 

Firstly there is the question of towing, or perhaps not. While it’ s entirely possible to get a 10m x 2.5m beam hull, the fact is that’ s too narrow in the beam and most designers would opt for aminimum of 2.8m and above. This then brings up the question of towing regulations, which with a boat this size takes in overall length, beam and weight. 

The rules are reasonably simple if you keep the beam below 3m, but start creeping over that and you have yourself a whole lot more things to consider when you’ re towing. But more on that later. So more often than not the majority of alloy boats over 10m are over 3m so need to be moored, or at least kept on a dry stack. This has the added benefit of not requiring a trailer and the $30,000 to $40,000 saved here goes a long way into the cost or a marina berth or dry stack rental.

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Things to Consider

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Buying a trailer boat over 10m is not a lot different to buying one at 5m, it’s just things are compounded by volume and weight. In both cases, you have some things to consider, such as storage, towing, power, suitability and of course, cost. While cost is a consideration when buying a big trailer boat, it is perhaps not as important as someone buying a more entry level rig. Boats vary widely in price and to put a 10m plus alloy hardtop boat on the water can cost you $300,000 to more than $600,000. 

It all depends on who’ s building it and just how far you want to go with the engineering, painting and electronics fit out. Your power options will have a significant impact on the final cost also. While a pair of 250-300hp outboards will set you back around $80,000, a 350-400hp diesel sterndrive is going to run to upwards of $90,000. Electronics in boats of this size are more than just a $400 fishfinders  and again 12’ -16” MFD screens and all the associated add-ons such as a 1000w transducer, radar, night vision, EPIRBS, etc. can run well over $20,000.

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If you do plan to tow you big rig, then you will require something seriously grunty to tow it. Diesel 4WDs are certainly the most popular and while most, such as the Ford Ranger, Isuzu D-Max and Holden Colorado are rated to 3500 kgs, you are going to need something a lot bigger if you plan to put your 10m plus boat on the road. Big ’ trucks’ such as those offered by Ford, GM and Dodge are now readily available through dealers and provide the power and braking ability for big trailer boats. For example a Ford F150 has a tow rating of 5,500 kgs and a Dodge Ram 250/6.7 l Cummins diesel has a capacity of 8155 kgs.

Towing Regulations

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While on the subject of tow ability, it’s probably a good time to look at some of the things you need to know about towing. The New Zealand Land Transport Agency (www.nzta.govt.nz) is a good place to start. Big trailer boats require big trailers, mostly tandem but even triple axle with brakes and all the necessary security attachments. Today it is not uncommon to see trailer boats advertised with beams more than the legal maximum in New Zealand of 2.5m. However, getting a special permit to tow an over-width vehicle up to 3.0m is not an important issue.

All it means is you have to carry some extra signage at the rear of the trailer and you will have some restrictions on the hours you are allowed to tow. Simply plan your trips and the inconvenience will be quickly outweighed by the benefits of having your boat where you want it. If your rig is over 3.0m wide, you start getting into all sorts of complications with special permits, pilot vehicles, etc. No matter what size your rig, a speed limit of 90km/h applies.

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Designed for a Purpose

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Every boat is different and not all are designed to do the same thing. While one offers vast accommodation and entertaining spaces, another may have a massive cockpit that lends itself to fishing. You may want a boat that offers more of the overnighting and extended stay aspects, as opposed to one that is designed for hardout fishing. In most cases, but not all, they are aluminium hardtops. The dividing line is usually between having a wheelhouse, often enclosed, with a small bunk area forward and a big workable cockpit.

New Zealand has certainly developed the enclosed hardtop trailer boat better than virtually anywhere else in the world. They are now an iconic part of our local boating culture. It’s not uncommon to see air conditioning and heating systems inside, so the boat becomes an all-year, all-weather experience.

Dinettes, galleys and enclosed heads are all the norm now, especially when you are looking boats over 10m. Anyone who boats in the Deep South will appreciate the benefits of an enclosed wheelhouse during the winter and the addition of a heating system. If you are not into serious fishing and want more of a compact cruiser, then there are a number of brands and models to look at, although when it comes to alloy, these are commonly custom built. 

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That’ s the beauty of aluminium, you can change a basic layout to suit what you require, such as having an internal or external toilet, the size of the galley, the length of the wheelhouse and whether the table drops to make another berth. Firstly it should have accommodation for at least two and even better for four or even six. Generally, an average size cabin has twin berths of around 1.8m to 2m in length. Some have the bonus of an infill to transform that entire cabin area into one huge berth and something we are seeing a lot more now are retractable pipe berths.

It must have a galley or at least some reasonable cooking area to prepare a meal for all aboard and it must have a head/toilet. A true weekender that has been purpose designed for the job will also have a shower although this maybe just a hand-held in the cockpit. Hot water can be accessed via a califont or by plumbing into the engine (both inboard and outboard) and there’ s usually plenty of space somewhere in the construction to build in a reasonable large fresh water tankage system. 

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If you have a clip-on backdrop from the canopy, then the whole cockpit can be transformed into one cosy cabin. If you are planning on doing a bit of overnighting, then a backdrop is well worth considering. So what about cooking? In most cases a boat over 10m will have a dedicated galley, with all the hot and cold water options on hand and a compact convection microwave oven with a couple of gas burners. If the boat doesn’t have a galley, then the simplest way is probably a barbeque, such as a small gas BBQ with a rod holder mount and wind deflectors. 

There are some excellent brands available, such as Magna, specially designed for the purpose. Food storage is another important area to consider, especially if you’ re not a fisherman and don’ t plan to fill your culinary needs from the sea. Even then your best efforts may prove fruitless (should that be fishless?) – and a nice juicy steak might just save the day. Again if you don’ t have a built-in freezer/fridge, then one of the large portable ice  chests from brands such as Engel will do the job nicely. You can get ones that plug into the auxiliary plug and run a small compressor to chill everything down or simply toss in some ice. 

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These come in a variety of sizes to suit the space you have available and depending on just how many times you open and close the lid they can keep things cold and fresh for a remarkably extended period. Of course, as the food and drink go, you can always fill the space with fresh seafood to take home. As for the toilet issues, if you want to do everything by the letter of the law then you need to install a fully plumbed head or have a portable loo. While the ‘ bucket and chuck it’ method always worked well in the past, it is, in fact, illegal to dump human waste into the bay unless you are well offshore. 

Consider having your toilet compartment in the cockpit, as there is nothing worse than toilet odours eminating  throughout the wheelhouse. Lighting is another area that you need to consider if you want to keep a nice ambient feeling aboard the boat. Just be conscious of the power they are drawing, so you don’ t end up in the morning with flat batteries. This is where the low draw of an LED comes into its own and is great in this type of situation. Hella make a range of excellent LED cabin and cockpit lights which can both light up the fishing and interior space or just provide some ambient light. 

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This is where the low draw of an LED comes into its own and is great in this type of situation. Hella make a range of excellent LED cabin and cockpit lights which can both light up the fishing and interior space or just provide some ambient light. Floodlights are great when fishing at night, as are underwater lights. Aqualuma is one of the world leaders in underwater lights and their new units are ideally suited to flush fitting into the hull or can be mounted onto the trim tabs.

They not only look good when you are parked in the bay at night but they also act as a fish attractor. Perfect for whitebait and also squid seem to be drawn to them. Then there is the question of having enough onboard power to run all those extras. Although modern engine alternators are supplying greater battery charging, those who tend to use more lighting and TVs and appliances should look into solar chargers, inverters, or even a small generator. Your battery bank should include at least two batteries, one to start the engine(s), the other to run the electronics.

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However, if you are planning to be away for extended periods, unless you constantly run the engine you will soon go short on power. Having a small compact genset might be worth considering or maybe talk to AA Solar about solar panels to keep the batteries topped up.

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Plenty of Power

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We are fortunate today that the outboard manufacturers are producing seriously big outboards with the power needed to bolt onto the transom of big boats. 300hp-350hp outboards have been around for some time and now there are 400hp stickers on the side of some cowlings. The benefit of the big outboards is that you no longer need to rely on twin midrange engines to achieve the necessary horsepower to gain the best performance. 

While a lot of boats are still sold with twin six-cylinder outboards, there is an increasing number being launched with diesel sterndrives. At the end of the day the boat you buy and the engine package you choose is your decision, but make certain that what you buy is suitable for your purpose. Also, if you like a particular brand and you can’ t find a 10m plus model in their brochure, then asked the manufacturer. There’ s a good chance they will oblige and build you exactly what you want.

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BOAT REVIEW Image Prestige 10.75m 50/50

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  • Superb Suzuki V6s are refined, but super-grunty
  • Solid construction
  • Heaps of space
  • Go anywhere, anytime boat
  • Big boat to tow, but easy to trailer

In boatbuilding, as with business, the best clients are the ones that return. You don’t have to convince them with fancy marketing pitches or midnight sales – they already know about good design and excellent construction.

Barry and Bev Swney enjoyed their Image Fishmaster 9m so much they commissioned Invercargill-based Image Boats to build their next step up. For a company that’s renowned for its ability to customise designs to suit the client, Garry and Bev’s next boat has taken the idea to the extreme. Image Boats has created the new Prestige 10.75m – the company’s flagship – packing launch-like comfort into the convenience of a trailable boat.

Construction Being the first of its kind meant the build process for the 10.75 was closer to a custom design than a production boat with significant input from the owners. “The build process could not have been better,” says Garry. “We were in there almost every day and not once did they baulk at our suggestions for improvements or changes, which is an absolute credit to Dean Wilkes and his team at Image Boats.”

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50/50 , as she is named, was created using Image Boats’ well-proven, bulletproof approach to construction. Hull plates are 6mm thick and butt-welded, and a horizontal keel bar seam-welded to the plates forms an ultra-strong, stiff and watertight triangulated section running the full length of the keel. Six longitudinal bearers provide strength and stiffness and a series of transverse bulkheads, along with welded floors, the five sealed compartments. 50/50 has a reassuring combination of strength and reserve buoyancy. The sides are constructed using 5mm marine aluminum with the cabin and deck being 4mm, topped by a 3mm roof. Chine joints are seam-welded inside and out and the cabin roof is reinforced so it can be walked on if necessary. A 1050-litre fuel tank, 250-litre water tank, 60-litre blackwater tank and commodious underfloor locker space provide plenty of range for a boat that will get to some remote places. Getting to and from the water falls to an all-aluminium custom-built trailer manufactured by Image Boats. In similar fashion to the boat, it’s been well-engineered with triple 2.5-tonne axles and runners with UHMWPE 1000 Black tops.

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Layout 50/50 is a launch in powerboat’s clothing. The first impression is of her size and space. Her beam is carried well forward and out to the chines, which are near floor level. This makes an exponential difference to cabin and deck space in an already large boat. A fully-enclosed wheelhouse and cabin has the space and comfort usually associated with a launch. Helm station and living are on one level with a comfortable vee berth and/or large double in the fore cabin. Closing the door to the aft deck keeps the heat in and shuts out all but a whisper from the twin Suzuki 350hp outboards. The saloon/wheelhouse layout makes the most of the substantial space. The galley, which includes a full oven and grill takes up most of the starboard side aft of the helm seat. Two Fridgetech 12-volt fridge drawers and freezer complement the stove. To port is an ingenious vertical pantry with a couple of transverse seats facing each other in a booth configuration.

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On the Water When it comes to boat reviews it is often the details of horsepower, construction and hull design that get discussed. But over the years I have figured out the most important thing is to watch the owners closely. Only then will you tell if the boat is doing what it should and it is the only measure that stands up to any real scrutiny. Traditionally couples on boat ramps are a hotbed of marital tension. Watching Bev and Garry launch 50/50 is one of those instances when you can see a life-long partnership at it’s finest. There is nothing but quiet voices and smiles and it is all manifest in the boat’s name. Everything about this boat is big, powerful and well-designed. The GMC pickup Garry and Bev use for hauling 50/50 has more tow than a pair of jandals and it easily manages to move what must be one of the largest trailerable boats you are likely to come across. Surprisingly for a five-tonne boat, launching and retrieving is easy. The well-thought-out trailer and bow thruster help, as does the boat catch system.

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At a cruising speed of 21 knots 50/50 consumes around 1.65 litres per kilometre, not bad for two V6s. Her 1050-litre underfloor fuel tank provides plenty of range and her smooth ride means all-day excursions can be handled with ease. Getting 50/50 back on the trailer was done with the same marital ease as the launch. The only thing to slow us down were the questions of passers-by who invariably stop to marvel at the boat. I could leave you with some quote from Bev or Garry about how wonderful their boat is but it would not be nearly as telling as watching how they work as a team, backing her into their driveway and tending to her wash-down while talking to yet another group of interested passers-by. They are like the sound of two V6s flying in close formation.

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The helm station is well-equipped and simple to operate, thanks to the simplified switching that’s been implemented.

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Innovision 808 Venture

As has become more usual for the crew at Innovision Boats, Estero has been extensively customised.

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Purekraft 800HT

Holeshots, performance and handling are excellent, with plenty of grip in the turns and plenty of mid-range punch for bar crossings.

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‘Civil War’ New Trailer: A24 Unveils Military Carnage From Sea to Shining Sea

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There goes the neighborhood! A24 ‘s new trailer for “ Civil War ” has been unleashed, giving viewers a new look at the domestic carnage in store for the original action film.

The footage kicks off with an address from the President, played by Nick Offerman, who calls citizens to arms against “the Florida alliance and the Western forces of Texas and California” for their secession from the United States. The trailer also teases new battle sequences taking place in New York City and Washington, D.C. — including a rocket launch obliterating the Lincoln Memorial.

“Civil War” stars Kirsten Dunst as a war photographer. The ensemble also includes Offerman, Wagner Moura, Cailee Spaeny, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Jesse Plemons and Sonoya Mizuno. A24 produces, alongside Gregory Goodman and DNA’s Andrew Macdonald and Allon Reich.

Previous reports emerged stating that the Garland movie carried a runtime longer than three hours, but A24 has since confirmed to Variety that the feature has a much tidier 1 hour and 49 minute runtime.

Unlike the limited rollout of some A24 movies, “Civil War” will hit theaters nationwide with a wide release on April 12. The film is also getting premium large-format play with bookings in Imax auditoriums.

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