Stessl Boats Now Built With RAILBLAZA TracLoader Extrusion


Stessl Boats Now Built with RAILBLAZA TracLoader Extrusion

Posted on October 29, 2020


Thanks to an exclusive deal, Stessl are excited to announce that our boats will now feature a built-in TracLoader system compatible with RAILBLAZA Saltwater Series TracLoader mounts. This will come as standard on all side deck models.

Stessl worked closely with RAILBLAZA in New Zealand to develop the new TracLoader coaming that will allow users to attach Saltwater Series StarPorts capable of holding everything from smart phones, to drinks, to depth sounders.


The move is an Australian first, and will provide significant improvements in convenience, storage capacity, and versatility for Stessl boat owners. 

From September 2020, the extrusion will be incorporated into all boats currently in production, allowing for the attachment of RAILBLAZA Saltwater Series accessories without specialist tools, in-depth know-how, or any danger of damaging the boat. 

Made from high quality, UV stabilized, and fiberglass reinforced polymers, the RAILBLAZA Saltwater range of accessories are super strong, yet lightweight. RAILBLAZA’s patented insulator system means you need not worry about any corrosion between the stainless T-bolts used in the TracLoader mounts and the aluminium track.

Stessl made the decision to partner with RAILBLAZA and incorporate the feature due to our commitment to continually innovate the products we provide to our customers. The RAILBLAZA system has proved extremely popular among boaters and fishermen in the USA, and Stessl are excited to be first to market with this innovation.

Established in 2010, RAILBLAZA quickly made a name for themselves in the marine, RV, and farming sectors thanks to the quality and versatility of their products. Today the company ships to over 50 countries and produces a diverse range of accessories to suit most any application.

To get your hands on the latest RAILBLAZA-ready Stessl boats, contact your local dealer, or explore the range online.




Posted by Wayne Richards on
Hi guys. Just picked up my new 3.7 Vagabond today. Just a quick question. I notice that on the inside of the stern the aluminium sheet is only tacked in places. Externally it appears well welded. Is this normal for this hull? Thanks..
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