Practical and stylish is Northbank's 650 Hard Top
With creature comforts including toughened glass windscreen, sliding cabin windows, custom upholstery and plenty of storage just to name a few the 650HT-F has it all.
A fully enclosed wheelhouse is the only true way of keeping out the elements thus , the 650HT-F can offer true offshore capabilities.
Built strong, tough and with mirror finish gel-coats your Northbank will last in the most extreme conditions on earth.
Get the tackle packed and get onboard for the trip of a lifetime. There's only one thing that's going to outlast the stories from this trip, that's the Northbank 650HT-F Hard Top
|OA length||6.8 metres|
|Height on trailer||3.10 metres|
|Length on trailer||8.0 metres|
|Max POB||8 People|
|Maximum power||250 HP|
|Hull weight (approx)||1400 Kg|
|Fuel capacity||250 Litres|
|Transom length||25 inches (XL)|
Bimini top with clears
Clip in carpet
Stainless steel rod rack
Deluxe bait board
Live bait tank
Stress free anchor winch
Extra deck cleats
Seat boxes and
GME marine radios
Saltwater deck hose
Hull and deck colours can put that finishing touch to your new boat.
A wide range of hull and deck gel-coat colours are available for most Northbank models. Note that 500C and 550C offer varying colour specifications.
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.
Deck colour is defined as a gel-coat colour above the bumper strip.
Hull colour is defined as a gel-coat colour from the bumper strip to the water line.
Both hull and deck coat colours are pigmented into the gel-coat and finished off to the high standards expected of all Northbank boats.
Colours shown on this web site may differ from actual colours due to computer monitor display variations. Please contact your nearest Northbank dealer to ensure that the colour that you select is as required.
We tested the hard top version off O’Sullivan Beach in early August and were as impressed with the boat’s performance as its big, bold lines. There is no doubt about its credentials to handle long range tuna fishing off Port MacDonnell, snapper fishing on Tapley Shoal and practically every other scenario in between.
The 650HT has an enormous cockpit with higher than average sides. Fishing four for snapper wouldn’t be an issue and there’s plenty of beam (2.44m) to carry several trolling rods across the transom.
The addition of a hard top really increases this boat’s appeal, particularly in offshore situations. The Northbank hard top is quite high –- certainly high enough for the average guy to stand under without fear of banging his head – and this provides the ultimate in protection from the elements.
Copping a face-full of spray on a cold day offshore while trolling for tuna isn’t much fun, but this is something you’ll never have to worry about with the 650HT.