Fish hard, play more with the all new Skeeter Solera™ 189

 

Fish hard, play more with the all new Skeeter Solera™ 189

By Craig Lamb

Combine the superior smooth, dry ride of a deep-V hull, and a performance-driven fishing rig with room for the entire family and the result is the new Skeeter Solera 189.

The new Solera redefines the fish-and-play boat category by combining the better of two worlds into one rig.

Skeeter’s reputation for designing and building performance-handling hulls is evident in the handling of the Solera 189. So is the long list of standard features that serious fishermen expect from Skeeter.

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Performance and fish-ability are delivered in a wide-open, spacious and comfortable interior with room for a family to fish, play and cruise all in the same package. Head out for a morning of serious fishing and then pick up the family for an afternoon of water sports. The Solera 189 is ready for it all.

The Solera189 is powered by a Yamaha SHO®150 horsepower outboard for quick hole shots, faster top speeds, and smarter fuel economy. Up front is a powerful Minn Kota® Terrova® 80 pound thrust trolling motor for staying on top of the fish and powering through strong currents. Trolling motor batteries get quickly and efficiently charged with the standard Minn Kota® 10×3 Precision onboard charger.

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The Terrova® features new Lift-Assist Design that takes the work out of stowing, making it effortless to raise the motor by barely lifting a finger. This family-friendly feature is one of the many well thought out choices made by Skeeter that are standard on the Solera. Also standard is a trolling motor sliding bracket.

Skeeter’s reputation as the best-equipped fishing rig with standard features continues with the electronics. The Solera 189 comes with a Humminbird® HELIX® 7 that is packed to the gills with technology. Anyone aboard can use the HELIX® because it’s easy to use, dependable and unbelievably clear, bright, and fast.

Skeeter engineers took into consideration the abundant storage needed by a family to store fishing tackle, water sports gear, and personal items. The result is a boat with plenty of storage compartments for keeping gear dry, organized and at the ready.  [“at the ready”?  Or just “and ready?”]

Family-friendly features include a ski tow pylon and a stand-up top for instant pop-up shade in the midday sun. A bow cushion package adds comfort up front for passengers. When it comes time for listening to favorite tunes those can be played on the Bluetooth capable Infinity® stereo with four corresponding speakers.

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Skeeter’s Revolutionary REACT KEEL complements the peace of mind and dry ride offered by the deep-V hull. The REACT KEEL in windy conditions tracks the hull in a straighter line to resist torque steer and cross winds. The results on the Solera 189 is a boat tracks straight without bow swing for prime fish-ability.

The Solera 189 makes its debut soon in Chicago and Minneapolis. Check it out at the Chicago Boat, RV & Strictly Sail Show®. Dates are Jan. 11-15 at McCormick Place. You can also see the new model introduced at the Minneapolis Boat Show®, one of the nation’s largest. Dates are Jan. 19-22 at the Minneapolis Convention Center.

In the meantime, get your boat show fix at skeeterboats.com. You can request a brochure or download a catalog, build your dream rig, and get Skeeter Team merchandise to wear to the shows.  Got a question? They’ve got answers at the Skeeter factory in Kilgore, Texas. Call (903) 984-0541, or find the nearest dealer here.

 

This document contains many of Skeeter’s valuable trademarks. It may also contain trademarks belonging to other companies. Any references to other companies or their products are for identification purposes only, and are not intended to be an endorsement.

 

Original Source:  Sportsmans Lifestyle. com 

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