Stacer Australia launches new models in Proline range

Stacer Australia 379 Proline fishing boat

Australian-based boatbuilder Stacer has launched its latest models: the Stacer 359 Proline SE and Stacer Proline 379 SE, which are designed for inland fishing enthusiasts.

Based on the Proline series, the Proline SE is said to offer the benefits of the original while incorporating deeper side sheets. Stacer Australia says this feature makes it ideal for larger dams and lakes and is an added safety feature when children are onboard.

Other standard features include two aluminium bench seats (one with a glove box), a transducer bracket and safety rails. Available options include a bimini cover, rod holders, carpeted fuel tank rack and paint/vinyl wrap.

These join the existing models in the Proline family including the original Proline, Proline Angler and Territory Striker. All of Stacer’s boats are handmade on the Gold Coast.

Stacer Australia359 Proline fishing boat on a creek

The 359 Proline SE has a capacity of two people, with 1.6mm aluminium bottoms and a max horsepower of 15.

The 379 Proline SE can accommodate three people, with a max horsepower of 25 and also features 1.6mm aluminium bottoms.

“We are thrilled to bring the Stacer 359 and 379 Proline SE models to the market,” says Sam Hayes, Stacer‘s general manager.

“We are confident that this boat will exceed the expectations of our customers and provide them with the ultimate fishing experience.”

In July 2022, Stacer expanded its lineup with three new boats: the Sea Master, Crossfire, Sea Runner and WildRider.

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