Barry 2018-08-09

Designed as an offshore fishing platform with weekending capabilities, the new DNA 7.3 hardtop retains all the best attributes of similar models in the range. 

This includes the X-Series hull which is designed to maximise the internal hull space, but without having to add so much beam that the wetted surface is increased to a point where you need more horsepower to power the boat.

Using CAD design and CNC profile cutting, the X-Series hulls are built to fine tolerances and allow a perfectly symmetrical and well-balanced boat. Jason says the computer design enables the boats to be studied and tested in depth while still in the 3D model stage.

The 7.3 hardtop has a 300-litre fuel and 35-litre water capacity, with the first boat powered by a Honda BF250.  If you are going to sell a boat as a weekender, then you need a small galley and the 7.3 Hardtop comes with a nice compact two burner cooker and sink unit.

Other features include underfloor cockpit storage, live bait tank, rear platform railings to extend useable deck space and a lock-up cabin featuring bifold door and cavity sliding window. The first 7.3 Hardtop was fitted with a comprehensive Simrad electronics package and Seadeck flooring.

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