Yamaha Technical Academy

With the technology in today’s outboards equalling any motor vehicle or electronic system on the market it's crucial that our technicians are kept up to date with training. At present our service manager Toby is on site at the Yamaha technical academy's facility within Yamaha's head office in Brisbane.

These technical update's ensure our technicians are kept up to date with the new generation of Yamaha outboards, this allows Inverloch Marine to continue delivering a professional and knowledgeable service.


Took the Extreme 545 CC for spin

For our upcoming walk around video, we took the Extreme 545 Centre Console for a spin. What a cool little boat. Plenty of space to fish out of and move around in the boat. We had a Drone, camera bags, tackle bags, and the boat had plenty of storage space to fit all the gear. It also had space for heaps of fishing rods as well, although we did not take to many out as we had work to do. Maybe some more fishing in the next video. Like all Extreme's its very stable and dry ride.

2017 Melbourne Boat Show

Thanks, all that attended the Melbourne boat show. We enjoyed showing you through the Extreme range and showing you what Extreme have to offer. We had a great show, and without you, it would not be a success. Think you would agree they are the best-finished plate on the market period. We also believe that they are the best performing plate boat as well. If you want to find out for yourself, get in touch and arrange a test drive.

Nothings an afterthought on an Extreme - Not even the bungs

Welded bungs. Who does that? Well Extreme do. No pop rivets or ugly silicon that can deteriorate over time. In fact, you will barely find a rivet on the boat.

It's the little things like this you find all over the Extreme. When you add all these little things together, you see a very big difference between Extreme plates boats and everyone else.

Nothing is an afterthought on an Extreme, not even the little things.

2016 Melbourne Boat Show is almost over

Thanks to everyone that popped in and said hello. I think you would a agree that the stand was buzzing and looked great as well. Time to pack up and rest up for a day or two. Then it's off to Adelaide Boat Show June 30 - July 3rd.