It can sometimes seem like you are drowning in information, testimonials and reviews for new boats and it may be difficult to sort through all the data to get to what you’re really looking for. To help cut through all the multitudes of information, below are some key myth busters on Stacer Australia

Myth #1: Stacer boats are not made in Australia
Fact: All Stacer boats are designed and manufactured in the Gold Coast, Australia, using local tradespeople and providing career pathway opportunities. This not only ensures the highest quality standards but also supports the local economy.

Myth #2: Stacer boats are not handmade
Fact: Stacer boats are made using a combination of skilled craftsmanship and advanced machinery. Every boat is handled with care at the multiple pit stops through the manufacturing process and is handmade at each one. They undergo rigorous quality control checks to ensure they meet Stacer's high standards before they leave the factory.

Myth #3: Stacer boats have a limited hull warranty
Fact: Stacer offers a comprehensive 3-year warranty on the hull of every boat it sells, providing customers with peace of mind and confidence in their purchase.

Myth #4: Stacer's aluminium is not marine grade
Fact: Stacer only uses high quality marine-grade aluminium in its boats, ensuring maximum durability and longevity in harsh marine environments.

Myth #5: It takes 12 months to get a new Stacer boat
Fact: While wait times can vary depending on demand, Stacer strives to deliver its boats as quickly as possible. While customers ordering a completely new build can expect a longer wait time, stock is constantly being dispatched to dealerships – you could walk into a dealership tomorrow and leave with your dream boat!

Myth #6: You can't get upgrades after the boat is built
Fact: Stacer offers a range of customisation options and upgrades, but not all can be applied after the boat leaves the factory. Items that need to be welded in (bow thruster brackets, live bait tanks, underfloor storage) need to be completed during the build process whilst other upgrades (seats, carpet, cutting boards, ski poles) can be ordered at a later date and installed by a dealership.

Myth #7: Maintenance of Stacer boats is difficult
Fact: Stacer boats are designed for ease of maintenance, with user-friendly features and simple access to key components. The key thing to remember is to wash your boat and flush your engine with freshwater after every use to get the salt out and reduce the chance of corrosion. Keep to your recommended service timeframes and store the boat out of the weather to keep it in top condition.

Myth #8: Stacer boats are not Australian Certified
Fact: All Stacer boats are certified by the Australian Marine Industry Council to Standard 1799 and meet the highest criteria for safety and quality. There are a lot of factors to consider when meeting these standards like flotation, weight capacity and maximum engine horse power and Stacer ensure they get the balance right.

Myth #9: Stacer boats never change
Fact: Stacer is constantly innovating and improving its boat range, with new models and upgrades introduced regularly to meet the changing needs of its customers. Customer feedback is always taken into consideration to ensure Stacer meets the demands of the market.

So there you have it! Remember, if you have any questions or wish to find out which boat is the best fit for you, contact one of our Stacer dealerships located Australia-wide.