At the Limits - Senator 750

RH780 Pontoon HT Review

The Senator RH780 should top the list for anyone after a serious and safe fishing machine. The solid hull will take on the biggest seas while twin engines provide peace of mind. Click to view full article...


Senator for satisfaction – RH770

Senator for satisfaction There aren’t too many big burly blokes who can say they’ve successfully landed a 100kg plus Bluefin Tuna. And there are even fewer ladies who would entertain the idea of attempting such a feat. However, Leanne Dixon has not only landed a whopping 294.5kg...


A truly Epic Adventure – RH690

Located in the stunning surrounds of Mercury Bay, Epic Adventures calls both Tairua and Whitianga home. But this is no coincidence – along with laidback locals and stunning coastal scenery, both these both locations also hold large numbers of XOS kingfish – if you know...


At the Limits – Senator 750

In an age where we’re bombarded daily by galleries of images, there are some that lodge in our memories longer than others. One such photo is framed on the wall of the Senator Boats office in Napier. It shows a Senator 750 with fetching lime green...


Typhoon For A Downturn –
Senator MC600

At a time when some boatbuilders are retrenching or laying-off staff, there’s a new sense of purpose at Senator’s suburban Onekawa premises these days. Best known for its shapely pontoon boats, the company parted ways with its erstwhile marketing arm, Firman Marine, earlier this year...


Senator Typhoon 670

The Napier boatbuilder is best known for its shapely pontoon boats, and the all-new Typhoon is the first outward sign of the big moves afoot within the company. Senator’s beginnings were fairly low-key – managing director Wayne McKinlay started out designing and building a boat for...