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REGULAR COLUMNS 8 Point of View Fishing the Kaipara Harbour 10 Quick Look We take a brief look at the Big Eye 585HT, DIYNO 701SL and the White Pointer 750 Sports Cruiser 16 News & Notable New boats, new products in the electronics and propulsion market and interesting things that are happening. 120 Aluminium Boat Buyers Guide Looking for an aluminium boat then check out our comprehensive listing of over 60 manufacturers and more than 600 models from tiller steer dinghies to hardtops. 70 Diesel Sterndrives Guide We look at the development of the diesel sterndrive package and what’s available on the market. 84 Bluefin Fishing Adventure Brian Firman recounts his world record catching Bluefin tuna fishing adventure a few years ago off Greymouth. 98 Built For Purpose Barry Thompson looks back on a season with his McLay Fortress 4.8m fishing machine and some of the changes he made to the standard boat to make it even better. 110 Profile: Family Boats Family Boats MD, Peter Carlson talked to AB about the market and the success of one of New Zealand’s largest boat dealerships. FEATURES 34 Big & Powerful We look at production and semi production alloy boats over 8m that can still be classified as trailerable. 48 Countering Corrosion Warwick Alderton looks at alloy trailer boats and what you can do to help stave off corrosion. 58 The Progression of Lures Paul Walker takes a look at the progression of snapper lures over the years, from the first chrome jigs of the 1970s to the very latest in Japanese technology. BOATS REVIEWED - Stabicraft 2050 Supercab - Scorpion 470 Mk2 - Southern XP816 - Senator RH650 - Bluefin 665 Lock Up - Surtees 5.5 HT - Profile 635HT - Aqualine 645HT

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