The 600C is a hard charging, flat cornering sports fishing boat with few peers.
The 600C has been designed by Naval Architects using CAD/CAM technology. Whether you are crossing a bar or fishing where others fear to go, the Northbank will be sure footed, responsive and will fill you full of confidence with it's high freeboard.
An extensive list of standard features make the 600C an excellent value boat. By adding some of our factory fitted options, the 600C can be set up as a serious offshore fishing weapon.
|OA length||6.3 metres|
|Height on trailer||2.3 metres|
|Length on trailer||7.75 metres|
|Max POB||7 People|
|Maximum power||200 HP|
|Hull weight (approx)||1100kg|
|Fuel capacity||200 Litres|
*Hull weight is measured from a standard boat. The addition of factory options will increase the hull weight from the above measurement.
DECK COLOUR is defined as a gel-coat colour above the bumper strip.
HULL COLOUR is defined as a gel-coat colour from the underside of the bumper strip to either halfway down the hull or to the chine.
A wide range of hull and deck gelcoat colours are available for most Northbank models.
Not only can you choose from our popular pallet, but we have the ability to customise colours to suit you.
If you have a particular colour in mind, contact your nearest Northbank dealer to discuss your specific needs.
Both hull and deck colours are pigmented into the gelcoat and finished off to the high standards expected of all Northbank boats.
GELCOAT: is the outermost structural layer on a fibreglass boat hull, designed to protect the underlying fibreglass layers.
2 PACK: Acrylic Enamel, is a paint system involving an acrylic paint melamine (colour), and a hardener resin. When combined, these two resins result in a chemical reaction producing a hardened solution.
VINYL WRAPS: are applied over the finished boat.
*Please note these colours may not be an exact colour match to hull colours due to inks and printing limitations.
At the helm was the customary stylishly raked, tinted 5-panel screen, featuring an inner stainless steel grab rail.
Just the multi-facet engine gauges were set into the fascia, leaving plenty of room for a sounder/plotter unit.
Above a stainless steel sports wheel was a GME VHF marine radio, while a compass was set centrally.
Both large, comfortable helm seats swivelled, adjusted and featured armrests. They sat on ‘glass pedestals which doubled as storage lockers, while footrests were also mounted on the bulkhead. Two side pockets were provided for the passenger, along with a glove box and a single pocket at the helm.