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New Boats: Quintrex 168 Coast Runner

September 21, 2007
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The 168 Coast Runner from Quintrex features the company’s specially designed Millennium hull. The lightweight aluminum hull is engineered to maximize lift, while its deep-vee provides a smooth ride in choppy conditions. Suitable for salt or fresh water, the 168 has a transom engineered to increase buoyancy by extending the hull to the edge of the boarding platform, which also helps the boat to plane faster with less throttle. With a 7′ 5″ beam and a length of 16′ 8″, the 168 Coast Runner is very stable and has plenty of room for fishing. It features a rear lounge with cushioned seats and ample storage space beneath, drink holders and storage pockets. The 168 offers a variety of options, including Bimini top, front and side curtains, transom boarding ladder, convertible ski pole, bait board and 11-gallon bait well.

Quintrex, North Kingstown, RI; (401) 294-8797; www.quintrexboats.com.

¿ SPECIFICATIONS Length: 16′ 8″ Beam: 7′ 5″ Draft: 3′ 8″ Weight w/o engine: 1,098 lbs. Fuel: 26 gals. Max. hp: 75 Base price w/o power: $9,110
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