Posted on January 8, 2018
For Horizon Aluminium Boats, that key point is exceptional value for money, which the well-known Aussie boating brand has been delivering since 1992. I recently ducked down to the Tweed River on a gloomy and windy day to check out the new-for-2018 Horizon 485 Scorpion Cuddy powered by Yamaha’s lightweight pocket rocket F60LB four-stroke outboard.
Posted on November 27, 2017
- A smart looking, well-equipped inshore fishing package
Horizon has been manufacturing aluminium boats for many years (nearly 25 in fact) and it shows. The 438 Stryker XPF SC Deluxe is nicely finished, well-built, and all the interior features are just the right height, length or width.
The Stryker is also a solid performer, achieving a safe, secure, comfortable ride for a small boat, combined with excellent performance.
Posted on August 16, 2016
Horizon’s budget-friendly 525 Scorpion Cuddy is a full-featured, easily trailerable family boat for bay and coastal cruising and fishing. Remarkably, this high volume 17 footer also achieves 30 knot performance from just 70hp... in the form of Yamaha’s wonderfully smooth F70A four-stroke outboard.
Wayne Kampe and Scott James take the Horizon 525 Scorpion for a spin and find out that it's a fantastic entry level combo for family boating when coupled with Yamaha's superlative F70 outboard.
Posted on January 21, 2016
Scott James from Horizon Boats takes Steve Morgan through the Horizon 515 Sea Breeze Elite boat fitted with a Yamaha 80 HP four stroke outboard.
Posted on September 1, 2015
This neat 4.38m Horizon Stryker XPF side console rig has a lot going for it. While a team of keen anglers could put the well turned out alloy rig to good use for some serious fishing in bay or estuary, there’s no denying the craft’s tremendous family boating appeal given the generously wide layout, ample interior work room plus a red hot price, at under $21,000 from the dealer’s yard.
Horizon Boats has ticked all the right boxes for fishos wanting an affordable yet versatile fishing cuddy. KRIS SWERES reports.