Stabicraft Marine unveils the 2050 Treker: Resetting the bar in Aesthetics, Performance and Functional Design.

Stabicraft Marine, renowned for its commitment to excellence in innovation, proudly introduces the 2050 Treker, a vessel that redefines the boating experience and fosters their ‘Adventures with confidence’ tagline.  With a focus on aesthetics, on-water performance, and functional design, the 2050 Treker stands as a testament to Stabicraft Marine’s dedication to pushing boundaries and exceeding expectations.

Aesthetics

The 2050 Treker supersedes conventional design, boasting a sleek and modern silhouette that captivates with its sharp, crisp lines. Departing from the mundane, the 2050 Treker presents a fresh interpretation of uncompromised practicality, setting itself apart from its competitors. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, the 2050 Treker carries unmistakable Stabicraft DNA, appealing to the aesthetic sensibilities of boating enthusiasts worldwide.

On-water Performance

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Built to conquer adverse water conditions with ease, the 2050 Treker excels in on-water performance like no other. Superior stability at rest and exceptional manoeuvrability makes it the ultimate companion for adventurers seeking and confident experiences on the water. Unlike its competitors, the 2050 Treker delivers a smooth and exhilarating ride, while outperforming conventional hull designs.

Functional Design

Designed with the comfort and convenience of occupants in mind, the 2050 Treker prioritises functional design and a comfortable fit to the people that use it. From its spacious interior layout to its intuitively placed controls, every detail is crafted to enhance the boating experience. Whether seated or standing, drivers and passengers alike will appreciate the thoughtful design elements that ensure a comfortable and enjoyable ride.

“As we introduce the 2050 Treker to boating enthusiasts worldwide, we are confident that it will set new standards in aesthetics, performance, and ergonomics,” said Daniel Upperton, GM of Marketing at Stabicraft Marine. “An opportunity was presented for Stabicraft Marine to design and manufacture a vessel in this size that lifts an entire marine category to a place where form and function become synonymous”.

Specifications

Length: 6.3m (20.8ft)

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Max Persons: 8

Maximum HP: 200hp

Leg Length: 25in (XL)

Fuel Tank: 200L (53gal)

External Beam: 2.31m (91.2in)

Internal Beam: 1.72m (67.8in)

Transom Deadrise: 16°

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Tube Thickness: 3mm (0.12in)

Hull Thickness: 5mm (0.20in)

Total Sealed Volume (approx): 1838L/485.5gal

Dry Hull Weight (approx): 975kg (2149lbs)

Tow Weight (approx): 1549kg (3414lbs)

Length on Trailer: 7.9m (25.91ft)

Boat Height (approx): 1.9m (6.25ft)

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For more information about Stabicraft Marine and the new 2050 Treker, please visit https://stabicraft.com/the-boats/2050-treker/ or contact your nearest Stabicraft dealership https://stabicraft.com/dealerships/