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Bankes Boats Goliath

Bankes Boats Goliath

Bankes Boats Goliath, a 21-foot fiberglass model, uses reverse tunnel chine construction for a smooth, dry ride on big water. Standard features include a completely molded interior liner, side-mounted console, permanent 25-gallon fuel tank and rack-and-pinion steering.

At 7 1/2-feet wide, the Goliath can handle four hunters and a lot of gear comfortably. Despite its size, the boat only drafts 6 to 8 inches of water, so duck hunters can travel to shallow honeyholes, too.


Contact: Bankes Boats, (519) 586-2544, bankesboats.com


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