The monohedron hull, developed in conjunction with Scott Robson, ensures the 830 has the design characteristics to deliver superior ride, performance and, above all, safety.
Pinnacle’s trademark hull design sets it apart in looks as well as performance. Framing the hardtop, a row of rod holders will put the shivers into any game fish yet the 830 is still easy to tow wherever you want to go.
Stay high and dry out wide in the well-protected enclosed wheelhouse. The fully lined cabin offers plenty of options including enclosed shower and toilet, galley, table and seating. Simply tell us what you want!
With the choice of an open or enclosed hardtop there's more than enough room to swing a cat, or half a dozen rods! There’s plenty of storage including a drawer beneath the filleting table, right where it’s needed. The transom features two step-throughs with live bait tanks underneath both.
With inboard diesel or any outboard of your choice, the 830’s combination of monohedron hull, deep keel and power to weight ratio ensures an incomparable ride and great fuel economy.
The key objective of a Pinnacle boat is to achieve the best possible fuel efficiency. That’s why the builder prefers inboard diesels for propulsion. Very few trailer boats offer this option but if you’re a fisherman who likes to cover a bit of territory there’s nothing more frugal. Inboards also enhance weight distribution and, combined with the efficient hull design, can troll all day on the smell of an oily rag.
The hull is the foundation for a vessel’s safety, ride, handling and performance. Developed with Scott Robson, Pinnacle’s monohedron design is at the forefront of marine architecture.
It’s not our Pinnacle, it’s yours, so choose the appointments, features, fabrics and colours that float your boat and we’ll work them into a blueprint that will make it yours in every way.
Inboard or outboard
Whether you prefer inboard diesel or have a favourite outboard, your Pinnacle is designed to deliver outstanding performance, handling and, of course, fuel economy.
At the time of writing, Alistair McEwen is one of only two Lloyds registered welders in New Zealand. That’s comforting to know when racing a storm home on the west coast.