Yamarin launches 50 Bow Rider

Yamarin has revealed its latest model, the 50 Bow Rider, which it says is a truly versatile boat that is just as good for commuting as it is for fishing and cruising.

The company says its sixth model to feature Yamarin’s new design language offers the style and functionality of its larger sister models, but in a more compact package.

“The Yamarin 50 BR is a true all-rounder: at less than five metres in length and designed for six people with excellent storage space, it is an excellent commuter boat. It is also ideal for recreational activities, such as fishing, cruising and shopping trips to village ports,” says marketing manager Johan Finnberg.

The robust double shell construction offers stability and controllability. Like other Yamarin models, the handling characteristics are excellent: when powered by a 40-horsepower outboard, the stable boat planes easily and can reach a speed of 25 knots with two passengers. When powered by a Yamaha 60-horsepower outboard, this new model can achieve a maximum speed of over 30 knots. At an economical cruising speed of 22 knots, the boat has a range of approximately 120 nautical miles on a single tank.

It comes standard with a 64-litre fixed fuel tank that eliminates the need for a removable fuel tank, thereby maximising the storage space beneath the rear sofa. Additional storage space can be found under the bow seats.

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