New force in nsea

New Australian luxury boat brand nsea officially opens for Australian and international sales.

12 May 2022


With design based out of Dunsborough, Western Australia, the new premium boating brand has entered the marine market with an exciting fleet of vessels.

The currently designed fleet includes six different vessels varying in size and features. The 7.4-metre, 740 fleet are trailer boats, perfect for families who enjoy the ease of transporting their vessel with them when travelling.

nsea boats aim to revolutionise the boating experience, providing customers with not only an enjoyable ride, but uncompromised safety regardless of sea conditions.

The company is also the first to implement Nauti-Craft’s patented marine suspension technology, reducing the impacts of slamming by up to 80 percent.

This is further complemented by Yamaha power/control and Garmin navigation and communication to enhance experiences out on the water.

With a history hailing from Kinetic Suspensions, a ground-breaking suspension technology found in Toyota 4X4 Land Cruisers and McLaren vehicles, Nauti-Craft technology has been eagerly anticipated in the marine landscape since the launch of its prototype vessel roughly five years ago.


With a durable yet lightweight carbon fibre construction, customers can opt for the rider or sport version, the latter being oriented more towards fishing enthusiasts and those seeking a low, sleek bowrider design.

For those seeking something larger than a trailable boat, the three 1060 models (island cabin, sport and rider) offer more luxurious features.

The island cabin is a premium recreational boat, including a boat cabin and fishing capabilities. The sport version is the must-have model for any avid fisher, featuring a twin seat flybridge and designed for deep offshore fishing.

The full cabin model has a larger internal space, better suited for longer overnight trips and featuring cooking facilities.

The final model in the range is a Civil Defence Patrol Boat, a commercial application of the full cabin yet more geared toward paramilitary and marine corps industries.

The 740-sport vessel will be available for viewing at both Indo Pacific Expo from 10 to 12 May and the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show from 19 to 22 May.



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