And the crowd went wild when it got its first look at the Quintrex 630 Freestyle. The largest in the bowrider range from Quintrex, the 630 Freestyler is perhaps the perfect crossover fishing and water sport boat on the market today
The 630 comes with some great features such as a hidden anchorwell and a transom door for easy access on and off the boat. Hydraulic steering is also a standard feature out of the box as is the 120lt fuel tank underfloor.
The innovative Apex alloy hull, which measure 6.36 overall and a 2.43 beam on this 6m bowrider differs from the famous Quintrex Blade hull with flared bow as it uses a wider chine and is designed for increased stability and grip when cornering. And the 3mm topsides and 5mm bottomsides are made for rough water and also smooth waters when either dropping a line to fish or towing a skier around the bay.
The cockpit is fitted with a walk-through windscreen which gives quick access to the front lounge area with seating. This area can be converted to a front casting area if you can get the kids out. There is large storage underneath. There are also storage consoles under the front dash, perfect for keeping your ham and pickle sandwiches dry.
The rear lounge is fold-down and can also be converted into a fishing platform giving this 630 Bowrider all the credentials as a true family and fishing vessel cross over.
Other standard features include bow roller, cleat on the front deck and transom corners, two rodholders, ski pole mount insert, cockpit lights, transducer brackets and accessory kit to mention just a few.
Did someone say fun boat? Yes they did. And with a horsepower rating of 200hp and seven people onboard, Quintrex answered with the 630 Freestyler.