you should own an alumacraft boat
hull is made from a single piece of aluminum that is
cut and shaped to form the hull. This one-piece
design assures there are no seams on the boat's
bottom, providing the greatest possible inherent
strength and no heaving.
aluminum plates run the entire length of the boat
bottom giving the hull exceptional strength and
durability. The 2XB is standard on the Trophy
Series, Tournament Sport & Pro Series, the Dominator
Series and select models of our Navigator Series.
extruded hardened keel adds strength and integrity
from the top of the bow to stern. Preformed to match
the profile curve of the bow assuring no stress on
rivets. The one-piece keel, reinforced with 1/4"
solid aluminum at wear points, runs nearly the
length of the boat. This improves trolling control
in wind and eliminates doglegging when drifting.
4.) Larger Aircraft Grade rivets
strength is greater with larger rivets. Larger
rivets mean stronger rivets. Stronger rivets mean
fewer rivets needed. Fewer rivets mean fewer holes
and significantly lower chance of popping rivets.
Reverse Dispersal Wave Action Spray Rails make for
drier rides. These concave spray rails are
engineered to deflect the spray downward. In
addition, they provide lift and stability. Spray
rails create a noticeably drier ride in rough water.
6.) Highest Quality Paint
boats are painted in the same base-coat/clear-coat
process and colors used by the big three auto
makers. The beauty of this process is it allows for
repairing small scratches and areas of dock rash
without repainting your entire boat. Matching
touch-up paint can be found at more than 4000
7.) Heavy-Duty Hatch Doors
using .125" thick aluminum rather than .090" like
our competitors, we can put bigger doors on our
floor and deck hatches. That makes it a whole lot
easier to get tackle bags, lifejackets and clothing
in and out of all those storage areas.
8.) High Quality Hardware Pulls
uses the highest quality hardware on the market.
Chromed metal hardware is strong, durable and easy
to grab and open, even with gloves on. Compare some
of the hardware on other boats and you'll be
costs more to use marine-grade plywood in the
construction of floors and decks. But with the
affects of time, water and sun, anything but marine
grade plywood, will not hold up. Some manufacturers
skimp, so check before you buy.
pros call it the Alumacraft Ride. These guys have
driven or ridden in virtually every boat on the
market. They tell us the Alumacraft Ride is drier,
quieter, smoother and more responsive. The
exceptional ride of an Alumacraft paired with the
outstanding performance of a new Yamaha outboard -
it doesn't get any better.
If you would like to look or ride in one of the
alumacraft boats please do not hesitate to call or
stop by and see us a