6mm Hull Plates
5mm Transom Plates
5mm Treadplate Floor 5251F
4mm Side plates
4mm Side Decks
3mm Shelf & Dodger/Hardtop
All Plate except Treadplate is 5083 Marine Grade
All Extrusions used are 6061T5
Underfloor Fuel Tank Size 220 Litres
Beam 2.45 mtrs
Length Over All 6.8 mtrs
Actual hull length 6.3 mtrs
Overall Trailing Length 8.75 mtrs (Tip of trailer draw bar to skeg on outboard tilted up)
Trailing weight with 220 liters of fuel 2,100kgs
The Vee Berth Cabin are is 2 meters long and is the smallest model specifically suitable as an over nighting hull or for day boating purposes this area is ideal for allowing children to shelter, or a couple of people can have a nap, the option of a center infill in the foot well can make this area even more suitable as a bunk. There is enough room for one adult to sit up right, the foot well is large enough for foot space. Two vinyl covered squabs have storage underneath. A back rest features both port and starboard side. In front of the squabs is a step to stand on while using the foredeck access hatch, a capstan foot switch can be mounted on this step. A plastic hatch provides access to the skipper console or basic fuse replacement type work, or the whole back cover can be removed for full service/rig up access. A large cover also can be removed to access, any radios or speakers mounted in the large parcel shelf area.
The Hardtop (Wheel House) is enclosed with a full length sliding glass door. This door slides to the port side and can be latched open or locked closed from inside or outside the wheelhouse. The full glass door allows for excellent vision of the deck area from inside the wheel house. The back wall of the wheel house has two large windows. The three pillars in the forward window corners have heavy walled extrusion channeling to run cables and give strength to the wheelhouse structure. A large beam runs through the centre of the ceiling and this provides ample space for running cables for antennas and lighting etc. Either side of the this beam are handrails for over head hand holds. The Hardtop Cabin Enclosed is 300mm longer than the wheel house of the AMF 660 Hardtop Cabin to allow for the rear wall and sliding door. 6mm toughened glass windows in anodized alloy frames for both front and side windows, these are bonded and screwed in place. These windows offer excellent vision through flat glass. A wiper with fresh water washer can be optioned for the skippers forward windscreen. A fixed mount rocket launcher features six capped rod buckets and is mounted at the rear and of the wheelhouse and off this an all round white pole light is mounted and a flood deck light can be optioned. This rocket launcher is a great sturdy high point for towing wake-boarders. Handrails either side make access around the wheelhouse safe and sturdy, handrails also make great aerial mounts minimizing the amount of holes needing to be drilled through the roof. a walkway around the side of the wheelhouse is large enough for a good footing and provides safe access to and from the bow, maximizing the shoulder room inside the wheelhouse. LED port and starboard lights are mounted to the brow. When optioned Remote search lights and thermal imagining have been mounted on the roof of the wheel house. Handrails on the rear of the wheelhouse are mounted both Port and Starboard, angled inward knuckles are clear of winter chill factor. Carpet finishes most areas and vinyl panels cover the ceiling. A sturdy capet acts a floor covering and this can be lifted out to clean and dry.
5mm Transom with an outboard bracket for a pod mounted engine set up. Engine pod is built tough, with the same pod used for 90hp-250hp over the varied AMF models. The engine pod doubles as a live bait set up, a flap covers the drainage and a venturi pick up on the transom delivers water to pod while on the run, an over flow backs on to the engine mounting area. At rest water in the live bait pod finds it's own level. A second water pick up enters the transom and is blanked off but can be connected to was down pump if optioned. Four 32mm hand rails on the stern are not only useful while boating or maneuvering the the boat on land, but the two inside rails also are used to run transducer and other cables to a high entry point on the transom, this way no holes need to be drilled below the water or even close to water level. A doubler pad is welded in place for the mounting of transducer brackets, this way mounting screws do not compromise the buoyancy compartment. AMF have their own custom made clamp for holding the engine looms and steering hoses, this keeps the rig up looking tidy helps prevent "wear and tear". A walk thru transom is a useful option for the 660 Hardtop Cabin Enclosed, side are higher than other models in the range and this entry and exit of the boat is made easier with a walkthru transom, the walk thru how ever is only about 50mm lower than a stand height sides. A auxiliary bracket can be welded on the starboard boarding platform and on the post platform a custom AMF dive ladder is fitted, this ladder folds against the sloped transom, and when in the water offers easy access for a fully kitted diver.
No Galvanized frame to deteriorate,Very Quiet to tow with out wobble rollers,Self centers and levels every retrieve, Easy launch and retrieve, Slightly lighter than a quality steel trailer, Tows Beautifully, LOOKS FANTASTIC!
The frame is folded into a tapered C section with large radius bends. Large gussets strengthening joins correctly welded to prevent stress points. The hull sits on plastic skids and polyprop keel rollers. Nylon vee entry, the complete rear of the trailer will capture the hull and center every time. Rolled Guards are fitted and welded in place with large steps front and rear. Stainless Steel Safety chains with captive pin stainless steel D-Shackles. Stainless steel Brakes calipers and hoses, and LED trailer Lights Dual 1 7/8" and 50mm Coupling, Winch.
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