Lund Boats Launches 2024 Adventure Series Offering On-Water Thrill Seekers New Options

Lund Boats Adventure Series

Nov 14, 2023

Lund Boats, a leading manufacturer of aluminum and fiberglass boats has announced the release of its 2024 Adventure series. True to its name, the 1675 and 1775 Adventure models are loaded with options to provide a fun, comfortable and memorable on-the-water experience for anglers and families alike.

The Adventure models are among the most versatile – offering extreme flexibility to transition from fishing to recreation within minutes. The 2024 model year upgrades include additional space, perfect for families or up to six passengers, and wood-free construction for years of worry-free use. The newly redesigned console is equipped with a flat-mounting surface, backlit switches, phone holder and power source for added convenience. Other new features include:

·         LED interior lighting
·         2-tier center rod locker
·         Integrated aft jump seats
·         Ample dry storage on the bow
·         Boarding ladder
·         Optional sundeck pad

“The Adventure models are highly versatile boats offered at affordable price point, which is what makes them one of our bestselling models,” said Dan Anonen, Senior Product Manager for Lund Boats. “The improvements we made for this model year were truly intended to level-up the chance for fun on the water – more storage for rods and tackle, more space for mobility, and more convenience at the console.”

In addition to the changes to the interior of the boat, the new models have all-new exterior graphics with the option to upgrade to a premium graphic set elevating the appearance with sleek new designs. The 2024 Adventure models are now available at your local dealer and are backed by Lund’s Limited Lifetime Warranty. To learn more visit Lundboats.com.

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