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OCEANCRAFT 6000

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OCEANCRAFT 6000

..strange they might be but these cylinder boats set a completely different standard of safety, stability, performance, and ride softness. They are literally in a league of their own..

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Ocean Craft Extreme Fisher got the lot

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Ocean Craft Extreme Fisher got the lot

In a world of boating extremism, where maximum power seems to rule the waves, it's refreshing to see a craft that is minimally Powered offered for review. Mike Jessop of Ocean Craft. Opted to take the minimalist approach with his 6000 Ocean Craft Series Extreme Reef Fisher simply to stress the Hull's efficiency, hence the Fitting of a 15hp Yamaha plus a 30hp Tohatsu for a combined package of 45hp on the transom...

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An Aluminium ‘inflatable’ dive boat from OCEAN CRAFT

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An Aluminium ‘inflatable’ dive boat from OCEAN CRAFT

In late December, Queensland's Ocean Craft delivered the inflatable-style aluminium dive boat 'Julie'. Built to Queensland 2C/2D survey, the vessel was designed by Ocean Craft's Mike Jessop. With an overall length of 5.9 metres on a 2.4 metre beam, the vessel has a depth of 0.7 metres and a draught of 0.3 metres. The boat displaces 2.4 tonnes and has a deadweight calculated at 1.9DWT.

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OCEAN CRAFT 4600 DIVER

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Manufactured on Queensland's Sunshine Coast, the Ocean Craft 4600 Diver with a 50hp Tohatsu two-stroke motor presented is very much a basic rig straight from the factory. As reviewed it came with only two alloy quarter seats aft and a stand-to-drive centre console with a small storage space within it.

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Fisherman & Boatowner SEA DIGEST Boats we’ve driven, learned about, or admired recently

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Fisherman & Boatowner SEA DIGEST Boats we’ve driven, learned about, or admired recently

Mike Jessop's Ocean Craft from Caloundra in southern QLD, has been featured in and out of F&B's pages many times over the years. The concept behind them is to create what is arguably the safest boat on the water — no kidding! These are built and intentionally shaped like a rigid inflatable, with a massive buoyancy chamber right around the top of the craft in the shaped cylinders you can see in the photographs.

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