Territory Legend 530 + Yamaha F115hp 4-Stroke boat review

The Territory Legend rear mound Center Consoles are famous in the top end. They are designed for rough conditions, which is why the console is far back within the boat. The idea behind this is the further back you are in the boat, the less impact you will feel when the conditions are rough.

Ad with all Quintrex, this boat comes standard with an Aluminium I-Beam trailer. Taking a look at the hull, you will notice the beautiful shape of the Blade Hull, which is give this boat it’s smooth, dry, and soft ride.

A 95L fuel tank will suit most people, but if you want to do a bit of exploring, you can have a second 95L fuel tank put in, which would last you a weekend of hard work.

A factory fitted bimini does it job, and can be folded down when the fishing starts. Like fishing with ‘livies’? No problem with a plumbed live bait tank.

As you will see this boat handels very well. The water is squirted out wide, nice and low, thanks to the unique shape of the blade hull.

Territory Legends were created to suit those who want to access hard to reach areas in rough conditions. Do you know a secret river which isn’t accessible by land? You need to get yourself a Territory Legend.

If you would like to know more on the Quintrex Territory Legend 530, or any others in the range, call the team on 3888 1727, or visit: https://www.brisbaneyamaha.com.au/qui…

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