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Old 03-29-2023, 04:02 AM   #1
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Any info on all season flybridge

Hi everyone looking for information on All-season flybridge cruisers in particular build info what construction fibreglass or not where they were made?
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Old 03-29-2023, 04:35 AM   #2
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Those are called pilothouse trawlers.

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Or sometimes Sedan bridge, or Sport Bridge, or Convertible. Or probably other names...

Usually all it takes to be all-weather on a bridge is a hardtop (better for load-bearing, like for snow), a decent enclosure, and AC/heat. Latter probably option for an "extended season" cruiser.

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As far as i know the term "All-Seasons" in this case is the brand name cannot find much info on them like the company or builder and the preferred construction method. I am looking at one at the moment but it is a fair way from me and before i fly to have a look wanted to get some back ground info. Dealer knows little as does present owner. Will get someone knowledgeable to do a quick look at it before i travel and go to the expense of haul out and survey.
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Do you have a link to the listing?
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https://www.boatsonline.com.au/boats...atch=all+words


This listing has two of the boats on it one clearly stated as fibreglass the other non de-script as composite.
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Found out a little more possible connection to Sven Magnusson Marine on the Gold Coast but they are shut down so no more.
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Ah. All Season boat brand... looks like with no all-season bridge, assuming it ever snows in your area...

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Hi Chris it is called rain here
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Assuming it is an “add-on” it MIGHT make the boat top heavy or increase the “wind on the beam” effect. I suspect it will make the boat a bit more ‘tender’.
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