July 23, 2021

Stessl 460 Warrior Centre Console Boat Review


For ships with Spartan Stessl 460 Center Console images, there are quite a lot of complete fishing rods, although some conditions apply to “complete”. In a 4.6 meter hull you can’t expect people like tank to kill, wash deck and so on. But everything you really need is here, meaning that above all the $ 29,655 price you have to pay is bait and a few liters of fuel. That of course assumes that you already have something to attract it.

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Honestly, the only special item that is suitable for fishing is four good rod handles and bait, but this boat has other desirable characteristics. For example, a very valuable characteristic possessed by pot transporters is good stability. The subsidiary branch of the 460-owned Stessl family is well-owned in this department. People move, bend to the side and perform other off-center tasks causing results that are more unstable than they normally experience on ships this big.

There are also many open deck areas, which are generally more widely used than permanent seating. The forward platform, by raising the deck around it, effectively increases the total area. It also provides something to sit on without adding to the chaos on the plane.

Maintaining available space is clearly a challenge on a ship this big, and consoles are often criminals. The 460 center console, however, is a structure that is narrow enough to allow reasonable parts on both sides. Minimalist in general, it has a short windshield with a grab rail inserted, and its internal volume is largely left to the batteries. The goal here is to move a large enough battery mass to a better position for trim purposes. Someone who is looking for an odd space can fit a net or a removable shelf on top of a battery.

The driver gets a seat in the form of an aluminum box with a fabric-coated top. This can be used for normal storage or as a cooler. The other simple permanent chair is the good side of the full height spark, covered with the same carpet as the deck

There is more storage in partially long side pockets and under anchor wells. The last room is restricted because of the capacity of the well; a well in aluminum rather than plastic is more common.

The Honda 50hp proves to be a good match with the hull, resulting in an easy doubling of performance. For those who tend to use more than the capacity of five people, the power can be increased to 60 hp. 50 we have additional costs but the nature of the hydraulic steering is very desirable. On a small center console, mechanical steering cables can be bent so as to cause extra bends. These obstacles can make it hard work because of maneuvers to take crab pots – a task Stessl is likely to give.

Suitable for transporting goods from the side, the ship does not have a painted surface; actually, it suits every purpose quite well. Above a certain size a case can be made for the aesthetics of painting, but in a smaller part the economy and practicality of nudity make perfect sense.

The overall construction in the 3mm sheet makes Stessl a touch above average in eternity. The lack of paint makes it clear the parts have been neatly welded together, and also thoroughly. Joints in less stressed areas are fully welded seams rather than sewn as in some ships.

Ships launched from places without friendly jetties need the means to board. Throwing the stomach over the coaming and then crawling is a common technique, but the 460 boarding step and hand grip make it a lot easier. More rails, low profile, are mounted on the front and back sides that are as close to the seat as possible.

Boat with almost everything except size.


  • Price as reviewed    $29,655
  • Length overall         4.80m
  • Hull length              4.60m
  • Beam                     2.18m
  • Motor fitted            50hp Honda