Buster Q awarded as one of the Best Mobile Services in Finland
The Buster Q smart display was awarded in the Best Mobile Service in Finland contest as best of the M2M (Machine to Machine) series. The winners were announced at an event at Suomi Areena in Pori on July the 11th 2017.
The large Buster Q touch screen incorporates electronic charts, an on-board computer and an entertainment system into the motorboat as part of the standard equipment.
Small and sporty: Buster Mini Sport
The small and sporty Buster Mini Sport is a new, redesigned version of the Buster Mini, the smallest boat in the Buster range. The steering console and the larger engine rating make the nifty Buster Mini well-suited for short-distance travel or younger boaters’ first console boat.
While the regular Buster Mini is designed for a power range of 2–8 hp and also works excellently with an electric outboard motor, the Mini Sport has been certified for the Yamaha F9.9 engine that generates impressive torque and powers the small craft into running speeds of well over 20 knots.
The new Buster S can be converted for angling by adding on the modular fishing accessories package
The Buster S, the very popular boat model among leisure-time cabin dwellers, has gone through a complete revamp for the 2017 season. A fishing accessories package has now been made available for converting the new Buster S into a fishing boat according to user-specific needs.
The Buster Q smart display now with Raymarine Fishfinder for exceptional underwater vision
A new product for the 2017 season, the Buster Q smart display is now complemented with CHIRP sonar, a solution for bottom structure imaging providing exceptional underwater vision, designed particularly for fishermen. The new Buster Q Fishfinder, created in collaboration with Raymarine, displays photo-like imagery of the bottom structure and the target fish. It serves active fishermen as well as leisure boaters interested in fishing or studying what’s below the boat.
Buster-Boote auf der Düsseldorfer Bootsmesse vom 21.–29.1.2017
Der größte europäische Konstrukteur und Hersteller von Aluminiumbooten, das finnische Unternehmen Buster Boats, stellt seine Kollektion auf der Boot 2017 Düsseldorfer Bootsmesse vom 21.–29.1.2017 auf dem Stand von Yamaha Motor Deutschland (10 C 22) vor. Als Neuheiten der Saison 2017 werden der Smart-Screen Buster Q und das fast zehn Meter lange Flaggschiff der Kollektion, Buster Phantom, vorgestellt.