TABS has released its 2007 range and there have been quite a few noticeable aesthetic changes, especially in upholstery, fibreglass dashboards and a raft of less obvious changes that make TABS boats even more user-friendly.
“We have lengthened the side coamings on our cabin models to better protect the helm position, we have made a small hull modification that has further softened the ride, we have new extrusions for the gunwales and we have remodelled our cabin tops,” said TABS managing director Wayne Pearce. “The TABS range of plate boats capably bridges the gap between fibreglass and aluminium – in handling as well as the distinctive styling and quality appointments. We have also upgraded our stainless steel work, designed a new bait station and added a number of family-orientated features. Our boats are easier on the eye than most and appeal to typically a fibreglass audience.”
TABS offers boats from 4.55m to 6.5m with plans to add pressed models from around 3.5m by mid-year. That range will include dory-style fishing models as well as runabouts, bowriders and cabin models for the family.
“We are offering the best of both worlds, with styling as well as the all-important performance and handling attributes,” Pearce said. “A quick look beneath the floor will confirm the construction expertise but take a TABS to sea and you will quickly appreciate the handling ability and design efficiency. For more information call TABS Boats on 07 5594 6333 or visit www.tabsboats.com.au .
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