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Manta Ray Propel at ICAST


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#1 boykinsbuddy

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Posted 18 July 2016 - 04:27 PM

Managed to make it down to ICAST where Native Watercraft introduced their new Manta Ray Propel. This boat is based on their Manta Ray paddle SOTs combined a bit with some of their other hulls. The hull is 12' long and right now is 30" wide. As you can see, it has a sharp sleek bow entry. It is intended to be a fast boat coming into the market at a lower price point than the other Propels. It doesn't have the bells and whistles we are used to  but still has enough to get you on the water fishing. The seat is a single material layer that is not padded...much like the older First Class seats. This helps cut the costs a good bit. A lot is going on right now at the factory so no definite release date has been set. This boat seen is a 1-of-a-kind prototype, so a lot can change between now and spring including the name...so stay tuned.

 

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