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The peak of boating is here with the release of Quintrex’s new Apex Hull

After years of research, Quintrex has released a new hull design, in a move that makes Quintrex boats even more attractive to buyers.

From humble beginnings in 1945 Quintrex has remained the leader in aluminum boat research and development for over 70 years. Earlier this year, Quintrex announced the release of a newly designed hull like never before – the Apex Hull.

True to its name, the Apex Hull offers the pinnacle of boating with years of research and development leading to superior performance on the water.

The flare on the new Apex Hull is carried further aft to maintain continual contact with the water when on the plane, which creates a smoother ride.

A wider, sweeping chine design on the Apex Hull opens the front of the hull to allow the flaring to carry further forward up the stem line, consequently improving rough water performance. By widening the chine on the Apex Hull, Quintrex have achieved increased stability and grip when cornering. Increased surface area at the bow of the Apex Hull provides much greater lift, ensuring a level attitude.

The new RSD (Raised Side Decks) featured on selected Apex models is fully-welded and increased the overall internal volume of the boat by 20%. The new RSD feature on the Apex Hull increases freeboard by 80mm, offering extra comfort, safety and fishability.

A compact side deck design maximises internal width in the Apex Hull. The overall footprint of the Apex Hull has increased by 5%; the forked bow creates room for a large bow seating area on Freestyler models and a large casting platform on Frontier models.

The new upholstery design featured on the Apex Hull, requires less fittings, resulting in a simple and clean looking internal finish.

Quintrex Boats will be on display this year at the Club Marine SA Boat and Fishing Show with Yamaha Pitmans Marine. To find out more, visit them at the Show or check out