If you are looking for distinctive styling that is unmistakably Northbank, look no further than the Northbank 650HT-G.
The NorthbankHT offers everything you need for that day offshore and with 6 foot long bunks, overnighting is not a problem.
Roomy cockpit, with large decks, the sports fisherman will be able to fight that fish of a lifetime from all parts of the boat.
Bow access is brilliant and combined with the renowned Northbank hull, the choice becomes clear.
Add some outriggers and this boat is truly aimed to catch large pelagic species out wide.
|OA length||6.8 metres|
|Height on trailer||2.40 metres|
|Length on trailer||8.0 metres|
|Max POB||8 People|
|Maximum power||250 HP|
|Hull weight (approx)||1300 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.
SA Waters - Issue No. 49
Then we started throwing the Northbank into a series of fast runs, ending with tight turns to enable us to head back through the wake. Typical of Northbank hulls, the 650WA heeled nicely and tracked truly, the hull cutting through very disturbed waters smoothly. At medium speeds, the 650WA turned nearly in its own length.