Carve Up The Waves In The Savage 435 Karva

Access to inshore estuaries and shallow lakes is a breeze with the 435 Karva, one of the new additions to the Savage 2012 range.
Many of Savage’s models now come with thicker plate top and bottom sides as compared to the previous pressed sides and the Karva is no exception, featuring 2mm plate sides for a sleeker, stylish appearance.
Weighing in at 190kg the Karva can easily be towed behind the family car or manoeuvred on or off the sandbank with relative ease and reboarding is no longer an effort with the transom step and rail included as standard.
With a 1.87 metre beam, Savage have remodelled their transom designs making the 435 Karva and other models wider and deeper for better stability and safer for fishermen when casting.
Backed by a 40HP engine and with plenty of seating, the Karva has more than enough grunt to transport four people to their favourite on water destination says National Account Manager Cameron Wood.
“You’ll be carving up the waves in this new model and with the carpeted low floor to prevent glare and bench seat flotation you’ll be doing it in comfort and safety too,” Cameron said.
Optional extras include a painted hull in a vast array of combinations, two rod holders and bimini and envelope to protect from the sometimes unpredictable elements.
The Savage Karva also features a roto-moulded anchor well, extruded side decks, a side pocket for extra storage space and  two bow and two transom handles for passenger stability.
The 435 Karva is a great entry level model perfect for those looking at getting into the boating and fishing lifestyle and is an affordable package for the budget conscious.