Evolution 600 Apex Extreme

Evolution 600 Apex Extreme - Custom Built Hard Top, Generous Cockpit and a Smooth Ride

The Evolution 600 Apex Extreme is in keeping with our tried and true designs for the off shore fisherman in mind without the need of a huge 4x4 towing vehicle. Measuring 6m from bow to transom and having a 2.49m beam there is plenty of boat in the water to ensure an extremely smooth ride and rock solid stability at rest.

* Some images may depict optional extras or non-standard accessories.

Maximum Fishing Areas

With the Evolution tradition of maximising storage room the transom has a built in live bait tank, off floor battery and oil compartments ensuring the maximum fishing area in the transom with the possibility of adding tackle boxes to the transom.

A Cockpit Designed For Anglers and Extended Periods on the Water

The large V-berth configuration in the cabin and the option of a sliding door makes the 600 Extreme the ideal boat for a quick snooze whilst travelling out to those fishing destinations or the odd overnighter.

Clever Storage Designed by Fishermen for Fishermen

The full length rod storage in the side pockets allows for those most valuable of tools to be stored off the floor and out of the way when travelling and are still easily accessible when you arrive at your fishing destination.

Built to Last

Glass windscreens, fibreglass floors and rigid foam filled fibre-glass stringers ensures the longevity of the Evolution 600 Extreme and along with the 7 year Warranty provides years of worry free boating.

The Evolution 600 Extreme ticks all the boxes for the day fishing in the local bays or for the trip off shore.

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Many of our standard features are optional extras with our competitors

Hull Specifications600 Extreme600 Apex Exteme
100lt Ice Box with Drain. Standard Standard
300 litre Fuel tank Standard Standard
200mm Stainless Steel Slimline Cleats (x6) Standard Standard
3 Drain Plugs in Transom Standard Standard
80 litre Live Bait tank in Transom Standard Standard
Aluminium Gunwale with Rubber Insert and End Caps Standard Standard
Anchor Drain Standard Standard
Automatic Bilge Pump 1100GPH Standard Standard
Cabin with Stylish Upholstery Standard Standard
Carpeted Cabin Side Pockets Standard Standard
Concealed Fuel Hose Standard Standard
Concealed Wiring Access Standard Standard
Deluxe Fibreglass Baitboard Standard Standard
Foam injected Extra Rigid Fibreglass Stringers Standard Standard
Full Fibreglass Floor liner Standard Standard
Fibreglass Hardtop with Stainless Steel Frame Optional Standard
Hydraulic Steering Standard Standard
LED Navigation Lights, Bilge Pump Standard Standard
Marlin Decals and Decorative Pin Striping Standard Standard
Moulded Outboard Pod to Suit Single or Twin Rigs Standard Standard
Moulded Rear Battery and Oil Storage with Easy Access Standard Standard
Pedestal Boxes with upholstered Deluxe Bucket Seats Standard Standard
Quality Stainless Hinges and Deck Hardware Throughout Standard Standard
Split Bollard with Pin Standard Standard
Stainless Steel 32mm Bow Rail Standard Standard
Stainless Steel Bow Roller Standard Standard
Stainless Steel Rod Holders (x4) Standard Standard
Stainless Steel Scuppers and Skin Fittings Standard Standard
Stainless Steel Transom Hooks (x2) Standard Standard
Stylish Steering Wheel Standard Standard
Taylor*Made Curved Glass Windscreen Standard Standard
Teflon Upholstered Bunk Cushions and under bunk storage Standard Standard
Teflon Vertical Rod Holders in Side Pockets Standard Standard
Underfloor Storage Area Standard Standard
Upholstered Rear Coaming. Standard Standard
Viewing Window in Live Bait Tank Standard Standard

Finalist - Australia's Greatest Fishing Boats

agb-finalist-award-evolution-600-apex-extreme.jpgWhat the judges had to say:

"It was my first experience with a 6m Evolution and it’s built quite tough. When you look at it from the outside it looks a bit bluff, but it’s all about the internal packaging. The cabin’s got a good head height, loads of fishing room, great beam – it’s a really workable platform. What surprised me was when we did hit a little bit of swell out there, the owner of the boat encouraged us to trim it up to feel how softly we landed. It’s really got a nice attitude – we sort of bunny-hopped, rather than launched ourselves into outer space." Angelo Sangiorgio
"It really comes down softly over big waves – it’s sensational from that point of view. This is a pretty serious offshore fishing boat. It’s a ripper. The hardtop looks great, too – it’s well-made and from a weight point-of-view, you don’t even know it’s there. But it’s got great protection, it looks good and you can stand on it – that’s a bit of a bonus." John Ford
"What I really like here is they’ve taken a lot of what we’ve said in past years and made quite a difference all around. You can see the hardtop is really solid – there are no rattles and it’s quiet too. This is the ideal game-fishing boat – that’s the winner for me on this one, but you could use it for bottom-bashing too – the space is just phenomenal." Kevin Smith
"It’s an impressive fishing boat. I love the cleanliness of the cockpit. It’s easy to clean, everything is solid and practical –it just works. We came through the bar today with a following sea and it was just awesome. Nice and safe and predictable – we tried throwing it around a bit but we couldn’t do anything wrong with it. We even saw Angelo standing on the hardtop – apparently it’s rated to 200kg and I don’t think he’s quite there, but everything looked very solid." Matt Jones
"The big innovation here is they’ve redesigned that hull to make it a softer ride and boy, didn’t we have some fun in it? They’ve made a softer-riding package all-round, to go with that traditional Evolution appeal. Does anyone build a fishing boat like Evolution? It’s an absolute fishing weapon. And you know what? I like that two-stroke engine note. It hasn’t got that harmonic and perhaps they’re a bit more noisy in the top frequencies than a four-stroke, but I like a bit of V8 growl. And you know why it’s got that big shark on the side of it? To keep the seals away." John Willis