Hacker‐Craft to display new model at Palm Beach International Boat Show
Published: Thursday, March 26, 2015
Craft will be at the Palm Beach International Boat Show, March 26‐29, at Land 1913.
The company will display the first ever Hacker‐Craft with a fiberglass hull. “Over the years prospective customers have asked if we make a fiberglass hull, and we decided to introduce this model to meet that demand”, said George Badcock, president and CEO of the Hacker Boat Company. Specifications: 27’ length; 7’3” beam; 5,250 lbs; 28” draft; 6.2L Ilmor engine; 430 HP; 51 gallon fuel tank (gasoline). Installed Options: premium stereo w/4 speaker; Bluetooth module (stereo); depth sounder; swim platform and boarding package; bright finished engine compartment; underwater LED lighting and bow thruster. The boat is priced at $325,240. The company will also continue to build boats with mahogany hulls.
The company will also display a 30’ Sport model. Specifications: length, 27; beam 7’3”; 28” draft; 5250 lbs; 8.21 Mercury HODTS; 425 hp; 51 gallon fuel tank (gasoline); mahogany hull. Installed options: Vetus bow thruster; bright finished engine compartment; armrests with cup holders in 2nd cockpit; cooler in floor; sunpad; premium stereo with four speakers foot rests in first cockpit with storage. The boat is priced at $299,000. The Hacker Boat Company is the largest American manufacturer of classic mahogany motorboats. Each Hacker‐Craft is hand crafted by master boat building craftsmen who labor over 1500 hours to build every boat. The company builds runabouts, sport boats, launches, yacht tenders, utilities and custom designed boats 24’ and longer. Since the 1930s Hacker‐Crafts have been hailed as the “Steinway of Runabouts®”. Hacker‐Craft were named by “Forbes Magazine FYI” as being "50 of America's Best" products and have been featured on the NBC Today Show as a “fantasy gift” in the Neiman Marcus “Christmas Book” catalog.
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