Clark – for nearly 40 years
  |  First Published: February 2004

SINCE Bill Mitchell welded up his first boats in his southern Sydney workshop in the 1960s, countless recreational and professional anglers, hire fleet operators, government departments and other commercial operators have relied on a Clark.

Hulls like the Cutter and Abalone have developed over time and have been joined by other lines, including V-nose punts, Magnums and Sunriders, but the Clark commitment to quality and durability remains ever-constant. All Clarks are built of 5251 marine grade alloy with H34 medium temper, opposed to many competitors’ soft-temper H22. All feature the Rhino Ribbing System, in which the maximum distance between bottom ribs is only 38cm, and are built to take today’s four-stroke engines.

Clark boats also offer options including live bait tanks, bowsprits, sports and deluxe centre consoles, transom steps, transducer brackets and much more.

For more information visit stesslboatgroup.com.au, or to get a copy of the latest Clark brochure phone (07) 3271 4400. – Stessl Boats

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