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PostPosted: Sun Mar 18, 2012 9:13 pm    Post subject: BOAB Boat Hire Reply with quote

Boab Boat Hire Williamstown is happy to become a partner of Fishnet.com.au and a sponsor of Brenton Hodges fishing reports.

BOAB Boat offers quality, affordable, fully equiped, safe, towable boats to those who may not acces to one. Currently in Williamstown we have a 6.0m centre cab (capacity of 7 - fitted with a 150hp Honda) & a 5.7m Sportsrider (capacity of 6 - fitted with a 135hp Honda).

Both boats come with all safety equipment, GPS, Sounder, live bait tank, Ipod stereo, ski poles (sports rider with wake board tower) + more.

The Centre Cab can be taken off shore, up to 5nm & within 20nm of a safe haven and both boats can be used in all other inland waters (including Port Phillip Bay & Western Port) where recreational boats can go. Both boats require a recreational licence to operate and all hirers are given a safety brief before heading off, for those with limited boating experience we can offer advice & guidance both on and off the water.

Visit www.boabboathire.com.au for further details or call us on 0458262212, there is another franchise located at Shepperton, where they have the Sports Rider & 2 x 4.5m polycrafts for use on inland waters, plus other franchises Australia wide.

Cheers Paul & Wendy
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