Princecraft Sport 172 Max

Oct 13, 2020

Princecraft® Boats has announced the global launch of the all-new MAX models; an opportunity for consumers to enjoy maximum value on three of the company’s popular fishing boat models: the Sport 172 MAX, Holiday® 162 DLX SC MAX and Holiday® 162 DLX WS MAX. Each of these models will have standard features normally offered as an option. This is the best way to get the MAXimum value for one price.

“Our MAX models are going to be really successful for new boaters! A great opportunity for new boaters to experience the MAX value for a smaller price,” said Rodier Grondin, Princecraft® President. “The MAX concept is introduced to consumer with a unique look and a lot of features. It is pretty simple, you don’t need to take long to pick the options, the boat is already loaded with interesting standard features.”
Sport 172 MAX Standard Features
·         Black rotomolded consoles
·         Only 1 stern livewell
·         12V outlet
·         Stainless steel ladder           
·         Carpeted bow and stern platforms
·         Tilt steering with slider for captain’s chair
·         160-watt Jensen Radio with 2 speakers
·         Removable ski pylon
·         Bow cushions
·         Trailer cover (Black)
·         Sun top with bimini canvas connected to windshield including the bimini structure (Black)

Holiday® 162 DLX SC & WS Standard Features
·         Black rotomolded console(s)
·         Only 1 bow livewell
·         Emergency ladder
·         22.7 litres/6 gallons portable gas tank
·         Carpeted bow and stern platforms
·         Tilt steering with slider for captain’s chair
·         160-watt Jensen Radio with 2 speakers
·         Trailer cover (Black)
·         Sun top with bimini canvas connected to windshield including the bimini structure (Black), for the WS version only
The Sport 172 MAX is equipped with a Mercury® 90 EXLPT and a galvanized trailer
MSRP: Can $38,999
Other engine choices are offered for the Sport 172 MAX: the Mercury® 115 EXLPT and 115 EXLPT PRO-XS
The Holiday® 162 DLX SC & WS are equipped with a Mercury 60 ELPT CT and a galvanized trailer
WS Version – MSRP: Can $24,999 
SC Version – MSRP: Can $23,999 

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