An update from the designers

Model birthdays seem the order of the month, as we get more sales in the USA/ Canada market we’ve been having to convert our proven designs to imperial. In doing so we are updating the original model. CNC Marine has been around since 2007 and in that time we’ve learnt a lot about our products, taking all that experience and putting it into already proven designs has been very rewarding, and interesting to see how far we’ve come. You’ll start to see model numbers change from now on, the 7500HT will be the 7501HT (obviously the ‘1’at the end signifying the next version). From here you’ll see a 4801CC, a 4601CC, and a 5501RA, plus many more as they become available. The 7501HT well and truly getting a birthday. While the 7500HT was an amazing tried and tested hull, we wanted to push it a little further. We wanted to redesign the hull to have a little bit of a sharper entry that flowed through to the transom, some slightly more aggressive chines as well as a slightly deeper deadrise. As for the top sides, the cabin has got a full redesign, new cabin and roof lines, a much larger helm plus heaps more room for storage. Like with all of our new vessels coming out we have revised the transom arrangement to give you more fishing space as well as extending the duckboards, making this 7.5m an awesome option for the sub 3.5T trailerable vessel.

– Liam

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