Model range of Ocean Master
The brand Ocean Master produces boats with Outboard Engines and central Console Boats. There are 1 model 6.3 meters.
About Ocean Master
History of the company
The Norwegian shipyard Ocean Master was born relatively recently, in 2004. It is a subsidiary company of Ocean Master.
The shipyard entered the market with the Ocean Master 605, which immediately became an iconic model.
She has been recognized as one of the best selling boats in Norway due to her reliability, safety, good sailing characteristics and, just as importantly, practical solutions.
In the future the company did not slow down and did not disappoint its admirers. Ocean Master boats were often winners at prestigious international exhibitions.
At the time of writing, in 2019, the shipyard was still working.
Ocean Master was one of the first Norwegian shipbuilders to set up production of its boats in another country. The shipyard produces boats at the Polish factory of Admiral Boats. This allows the shipyard to offer its customers quality products meeting the strict Norwegian standards at affordable prices.
All boats are equipped with Yamaha or Honda engines, the latter are covered by a six-year warranty.
The company manufactures fiberglass boats with outboard motors from 4.7 to 7 meters long. The manufacturer has tried to create the maximum comfort for future owners. Even if it is a fishing boat, then in addition to the necessary cages and holders for fishing rods there is a comfortable table and sofas for eating or cutting freshly caught fish.
For those who like to relax in the Ocean Master portfolio, there are boats with
Ocean Master offers small boats, but with a thoughtful design. Every element is carefully designed, with sofas transformed into spacious sun loungers or a dining area, many drawers and lockers for storing things, and much more.
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