Lund takes versatility to a new level with its new 1675 and 1775 Adventure models. Whether you’re looking for the perfect affordable boat to start your fishing adventures, or looking for the perfect family boat to begin recreational adventures, this model has something for everyone.
New York Mills, Minn. (November 21, 2018)
The 1675 Adventure has a length of 16’, 10” while the 1775 is 17 feet, 10 inches long. There are a number of interior layouts to choose from with the 1675 available in either a tiller, side console (SS) or full windshield (Sport) version. The larger 1775 version is available in either the SS or Sport. Each model features Lund’s legendary Integrated Power Strake (IPS) deep-V hull with an extremely stable and wide 87-inch beam.
If fishing fuels your passion, the Adventure is loaded with features such as the 10-tube center rod locker, livewell, Lund’s patented SportTrak / ProTrak fishing accessory mounting system and LED lighting for late night or early morning bites. The tiller version even has a command console that’s perfect for mounting electronics and includes a tucked-away tackle tray storage compartment and tool holder slots. The SS and Sport version includes rear flip-up seats for access to extra seating or a large casting platform.
The Adventure also caters to recreational activities with an integrated boarding ladder, optional ski pylon, bow cushions, radio and even a top hider to store the top out of the way when not in use. Storage is also a priority with every model lined with compartments from bow-to-stern to hold all your gear. This includes massive in-floor bow storage, bulkhead storage, and port and starboard compartments.
“The Adventure series puts versatility front and center,” says Rory Wiebe, product manager for Lund. “No matter the species you choose to pursue, who you choose to bring with you on the water or how you choose to spend your time, the Adventure makes it happen. Anglers can use it for a full day of fishing or family recreation,” Rory says. “Versatility is so important to our anglers and their families.”
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