Barry 2018-12-07

CSB Huntsman launched their all new 6.4m Centurion this week and are busy getting boats built for pre Xmas orders.

The Centurion has been in the making for around 3 years and has been designed to fit into the range between the Series 6000 and the Crusader. However there is a big difference in the Centurion as it is the first of the new Evolution Series which sees a lot of changes to both layout and design.

 The hull is fuller in the bow and uses maximum beam internally to make use of the space with bigger cockpit and cabin space. The other major difference is the hull is now and ultra-deep vee 23 deg, which along with some hull design changes makes this an exceptional rough water boat.

The Centurion covers 7.7m overall on the trailer and has a towing weight (incl fuel) 1800 kgs. Prices start from $80,000 for a complete package on a tandem axle braked trailer.

Standard features include a foam filled hull, teak timber combings, glass windscreen with walkthrough centre and a marine grade hull liner and carpets.

There are plenty of options from a full bimini and cockpit covers and a deluxe upholstery package with removable rear fish bins and off floor storage. The boat comes with a full length ski locker, 165 litre underfloor stainless fuel tank and hydraulic steering, 

The Centurion will also be available in hardtop, bowrider and cuddy cabin layouts.


For a full review on the CSB Huntsman Centurion check out the Jan-Feb issue of Pacific Powerboat magazine.

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