We are very proud to be operating the first Contender boat in Western Australia. Contender are an American made fibreglass boat. We have chosen the Contender 25’ Tournament which is described as:

The ultimate 25 foot centre console. A fast, dry, long-range and very high performance sportfishing boat.


The boat is powered by twin 200 HP Yamaha four stroke engines and is fitted with the latest electronics and features, including:

  • T-Top command station

  • Bluewater tackle station

  • 188ltr livewell

  • Furuno Navnet 3D 12” and 8” displays intergrated hub network with autopilot

  • 1KW wet box transducer

  • 530lt insulated storage/fishbox

  • 287it underfloor storage x2

  • Custom made 18ft outriggers

  • Twin tuna tubes

  • Latest surround sound system

  • Clean, uncluttered decks and bow to stern fishing room


  • Length over all: 7.77 metres (25’3”)

  • Beam: 2.6 metres (8’6”)

  • Draft: 0.45 metres (18”)

  • Hull Design: Deep V 24.5 degrees

  • Fuel Capacity: 663 litres


Our boat will surpass all your expectations and truly enhance your fishing adventure.


To find out more about Contender boats contact Sam at Wallrock Marine.


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Skipper: Eddy Lawler    |    Location: Exmouth, Western Australia    |    Phone: 04 0873 4717 


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