The other choice was a Quintrex 420SC Renegade which is nearly the same boat. One of the reasons I chose the Outlaw is it is a little deeper.
I really like the 3mm top and bottom aluminum, clean layout and the side console. It is quite a bit heavier than the old boat and hence gives a much better ride in the chop. There is lots of room for storage in the front casting deck, and a live-bait tank in the rear. Will give more details of the boat as it is customised. Richard at http://www.mystaceroutlaw449.com gives good information on what he did with his Stacer Outlaw 449.
This is the first fish caught. Since the legal limit for mulloway has been increased to 70cm, it went back.
Beam: 2.08m Bottomsides: 3.00mm Depth: 1.08m Height on Trailer: 1.60m Length Maximum: 4.45m Length of Hull: 4.32m Length on Trailer: 5.50m Main Motor Weight: 120kg Max. HP: 50hp Min. HP: 30hp Number of People (Basic): 5 Number of People (Level): N/A Topsides: 3.00mm Transom Material: 3mm Transom Shaft Length: L/S Weight (boat only): 316kg
Trailer tyre is a 155R13LT. Pressure should be minimum 40 lb/sq in preferably 50.
Battery Evinrude ETEC 640 CCA (800 MCA) (actually it was supplied with a CCA550 battery which has worked well for 4.5 years)
Features 3 Year Warranty Accessory Kit Alloy Cleat On Front Deck Anchorwell Battery Tray in Casting Platform Bow Roller & Yaw Locking Plate Console: Side Console Evo Advance Hull Extruded Side Decks Floor: Carpeted Floor: Front Casting Platform + Storage Bin Floor: Rear Casting Platform & Live Bait Tank Rails: Aft Short side Rails: Forward Side Rails Rod Holders (4) Seat: Positions (3) Seat: Sea Pro Side Pockets (2) Transducer Brackets x 2 Transom Step & Rail
Options Bow Mount Thruster Plate Large Cigarette Lighter Plug Bimini ELS (W) Sport L ATM 749kg 13” L/Skids (TGSL749S13L) Navigation lights Bilge pump