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Team Cruise Craft is a factory-backed alliance of Cruise Craft owners and enthusiasts creating excellent times and friendships on and off the water.

DAVID GREEN: EXPLORER 685

He’s one of Team Cruise Craft’s most active members and a guru of offshore fishing…meet David Green. Always willing to share advice and a first port of call if you are trying to figure out anything related to fishing or…

JULIE DAFFY: EXPLORER 625

Julie Daffy persuaded the Cruise Craft factory to build her a cruiser version of an Outsider 625 fully fitted with embroidered dashboard mat and seat backs, beige upholstery in the cockpit and Mocca suede in the cabin, a rear dining table, mood lighting…

EDDIE SHEPPARD: EXPLORER 625

We’re very, very fortunate to have a great diversity of interesting folk in Team Cruise Craft and Eddie Sheppard from Western Australia is right up there with the best of him. The ex-South African is he pretty handy with a rod and reel, he also logs every species of fish he catches.

BOYNE tannum hook up 2018 

Join us this year at Australia’s largest family fishing competition.

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Factory Fit Minn Koto Electric Bow
Factory Fit Minn Koto Electric Bow

CRUISE CRAFT – WATERTESTING THE FIRST ‘FACTORY FIT’ MINN KOTO ELECTRIC BOW MOUNT MOTOR Electric motors have been installed on Cruise Crafts and other brands for quite a while but now this option is available as a ‘factory fit’ option from the Cruise Craft factory. Come and see how easy these electric motors are to use on a Cruise Craft…

Furuno Model Codings Explained
Furuno Model Codings Explained

Understanding Fuuno’s model codings can be a little tricky. Some models use the last two digits to describe the screen size, others use the first numbers. Here, Furuno’s Shane Beardmore gives an overview of the codings while talking with Team CruiseCraft’s John Daffy. Click the image to view the video.   Understanding Fuuno’s model codings can be a little tricky.…

Pick Your Sounder First
Pick Your Sounder First

Pick your sounder first. That’s the advice from Furuno’s Shane Beardmore speaking with Team CruiseCraft’s John Daffy. Click image at left to view video