French shipyard Ocqueteau have spoken several times over recent years. Him know their sailboats, cruisers and fishing boats and ride. It is precisely their fishing boats some of the most award – winning catalog shipyard, which now adds another boat for fishing enthusiasts , with greater length and an interesting engine.
Ostrea 800 Pro Fishing
The new proposal Ocqueteau comes to increase the catalog of the family Ostrea a boat inboard propulsion and 8 meters in length. They counted from the shipyard itself, which for the design of this range of boats were inspired by the needs of fishermen and oyster farmers engaged on the island of Oleron. So they began to specialize their pleasure boats with characteristics of professional fishing.
The Ostrea 800 returns to the origins and is on a whole boat for commercial fishing . And fills a demand in the sector that seeks both finishes family boats, as comfort and functionality of a boat designed for fishing. Among the features are a hot throughout the length and single deck , without steps or unevenness, on the basis of the range Timonier . The boat has an inboard engine, driven from the T-TOP type center console and a maximum power of 135 hp . And of course, all the features and equipment that are asked for a boat with fishing as main functionality, either recreational or professional.
Ostrea for fishing
The Ostrea 800 Fishing Pro responds to the canons and lines of the range of boats that precede it :
Ostrea 600 T Top
Ostrea 600 Cabinado
Ostrea 700 T Top Intraborda
Ostrea 700 cruiser Inboard
All of them have dedicated a few words to Ostrea 700 T Top , coinciding with its presentation. While the full range deserves mention. It not in vain is among the favorites for lovers of fishing boats; the functionality of the tub and the console, and the behavior of the boat, thus stability as consumption.
Although it is not yet on sale, the Ostrea 800 Fishing Pro will soon be presented at major boat shows in 2016 , of which we have a full agenda in the coming weeks and we will have the opportunity to check the momentum of sailing.