17 Yalgar Road

Kirrawee New South Wales 2232


(02) 9521 7944


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2050 Supercab

2050 Supercab

The 2050 Supercab remains the bigger brother to the 1850 Supercab but now boasts an even longer cockpit and gunnel length than it had before and is now accompanied by an extended roof aft for added protection and provision for 3-sided clears. This is our biggest 6m boat yet. It’s wider, longer, drier and delivers a massive interior volume where even the biggest statures will feel comfortable at the helm.



Length Metric (Feet)

6.3m (20.8ft)

Recommended HP

Maximum Engine Weight

Fuel Tank


Internal Beam

1.72m (67.87")

Tube Thickness

3mm (1/8")

Total Sealed Volume (Approx)


Length on Trailer

7.9m (25'91")

Max Persons


Maximum HP


Leg Length


External Beam

2.29m (90.1")



Hull Thickness

5mm (13/64")

Dry Hull Weight (Approx)

925kg (2039lbs)



Powder Coated Rod Pack

A new bolt-on rod rack powdercoated in Spica Pearl to match the cabin graces the back of the roof with 8 rodholder tubes. A revised handrail profile provides overhead handholds for various different statures and the lower portion on the outer edges assists with stepping up onto the coaming tops to walk around the cabin.

Flat Glass Cabin

A move away from traditional curved glass screen allowed the design team to dial up the aggression in the lines of the cabin to 11, now looking even more dynamic than it did before. A huge glazed area creates excellent forward visibility and a neat pocket in the lower edge of the windscreen provides the idea location for the windscreen wiper. Sliding windows port & starboard have been made standard across the board.

Blade Seat Supports

The new “Blade” seat support system is standard on all packages, doing away with cantilevers and rail seats and combining the benefits of both into one design. The new blades allow a 70L split lid cooler bin to slide all the way forward to make more cockpit space behind when fishing. They are powdercoated in Spica Pearl to match the cabin.