McLay CrossXover 6.5 (plus $250 fuel bond)

McLay CrossXover 6.5 (plus $250 fuel bond)
From AUD $750.00
  • Location: Airlie Beach, Queensland
  • Product code: McLay

The all-new McLay 651 CrossXover is the ultimate boat for fishing, family fun, and island adventures in the Whitsundays.
This versatile boat is perfect for fishing enthusiasts, families, and island-hopping snorkelers. The spacious deck offers plenty of room to cast your line, while the deck wash,
Simrad sounder, bait board, live bait tank, abundant rod holders, swim ladder and u-deck flooring ensure a comfortable day on the water.
If you are looking for a boat with extra shade, whether it be for the family, or as a sleeping space at night, then this is the boat for you. The hardtop half cabin provides all of
this, plus extra protection in case the wind does come up. There is also an additional shade cover extending off the hardtop. For those sleeping overnight, there is an extendable leg space for you to stretch out.
This boat is ideal for anglers who want plenty of space to land trophy fish, families looking for a stable and comfortable ride, and snorkelling enthusiasts eager to explore the
islands. The CrossXover has something for everyone, so you can make the most of your time on the water.
Watersports cannot be used with this boat due to no tow point. 

Please note: All our licensed boats come with a full tank of fuel. The customer pays for the fuel that they use. We take a $250 fuel bond and we will either refund you or charge you for the difference.

As of 1st July 2023, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (GBRMPA) is reinstating their Environmental Management Charge (EMC). All bookings on the Yellowfin and McLay will incur a fee of $8 per person (people aged 4 and over) per day, for the first three (3) days of the booking. This fee will manually be added onto your booking, and final numbers will be confirmed the day before your booking.
All fees for this are passed directly onto the GBRMPA for management of the reef.
For more information on what the EMC is used for, check out the GBRMPA website.

There will be an agreed time to pick up the boat in the morning and strictly returned by 4pm