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2010 Assegai Shaka

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Make Assegai
Model Shaka
Year 2010
Condition New
Price Request Price
Type Power
Class Sports Fishing Boat
Length 60 ft
Hull Material Fiberglass
LOA 60 ft
Keel Type Other
Fuel Tanks 1
Fresh Water Tanks 1
Holding Tanks 1
Hull Shape Modified Vee
Hull Warranty None

Description

Take the best of the classic custom built boats from the States. Then with local knowledge, improve on them further and you're starting to come close to an Assegai. Without exaggeration, Assegai has earned legend status on Australia's east coast among the top Australian skippers over the last ten years. More than incredibly sea worthy, your Assegai will easily endure relentless months of charter fishing and still maintain a finish that would shame a Ferrari owner. In fact, the only problem you may encounter is trying to drag yourself back to reality after spending time aboard your Assegai. Hand built by the most uncompromising craftsmen. A reflection of your own passion and unwillingness to compromise. A symbol of the way all things should be created. Don't just build a boat, build an Assegai.

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