Category: Latest Launch

3 November 2018, Latest Launch , 2 comments

Stylish 510 minicat a perfect match for a Minn Kota

It’s becoming a popular trend with fishers – the use of electric trolling motors on trailer craft to either silently stalk fish in the shallows, or ‘anchor’ over hot spots. This recent launching of a Kingfisher 510 minicat shows how seamlessly a Minn Kota fits on the boat and how the generous decking created by…

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26 April 2018, Latest Launch

Another Naiad Coastguard vessel launched

Alloy Cats Ltd have a proud relationship with Naiad Design and are delighted with the performance of the latest vessel to be launched – a 9.5 metre Coastguard RIB for Whangamata. Powered by twin 250 Yamaha outboards the craft reached 45 knots in seatrials and gave the kind of soft ride most boaties can only…

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4 November 2017, Latest Launch

Commercial cray boat launched

A Kingfishercat 1200 has just been launched, destined for commercial crayfishing off the Wairarapa coast. It is powered by twin Yamaha 350 hp outboards and will be beach launched from its own customised trailer on a daily basis.

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24 December 2016, Latest Launch

Kingfisher 510 Minicat Centre Console launched

The latest addition to our range of revolutionary Kingfisher minicats is the 510 centre console. This particular vessel is powered by a 140hp Suzuki giving a top speed of 35knots. In rough harbour conditions just before Christmas it powered straight through a ‘wind against tide’ chop at 30 knots with no hard pounding and and…

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25 February 2016, Latest Launch , 1 comment

12m displacement cat finally launched

Our Roger Hill designed 12 m displacement cat has had its first outing on theTauranga Harbour. Driven by twin 170hp Hyundai diesels on conventional shafts, the craft notched up a top speed of 24 knots. The displacement mode created a strange sensation for those not used to a boat resisting the normal habit of wanting…

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5 November 2013, Latest Launch

New charter fishing barge/cat for mussel farms

[lead]Snapper Fishing Safaris have just taken delivery of their new cat/barge. Surveyed for 40 passengers the vessel will however only take up to 20 on fishing trips.[/lead] The new boat compliments Darryl and Megan O’Keeffe’s other two vessels. Able to cruise at a comfortable 15 to 20 knots, fishers will be able to spend more…

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