Leisure is a lost art, and the 742 Cuddy noses forward to help you rediscover it. With a naturally lit bow cuddy and agile performance, the 742 makes relaxation second nature. Configurable seating pleases every passenger, with a folding aft sunlounge and a copilot seat that extends to form a meridienne. Plus, the large, self-bailing cockpit is a prime socializing zone. So what are you waiting for? It’s time to get serious about leisure.
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Bayliner’s all-new family-friendly 195 Deck Boat is packed with features for full days on the water. Take on some serious watersports air with fuel-efficient Mercury power that gets the 195 up on plane fast, even with the maximum crew of 11 onboard. Plush and comfortable seating offers an ideal family cruising environment and makes staying out on the water easier. Plus, multiple available floorplans and special packages make the 195 Deck Boat your boat: select Bayliner’s Flight Series or Fish Package to outfit the 195 for exactly what brought you to the water in the first place.
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The all-new 642 Cuddy is a stylish and versatile Cuddy model available exclusively at Europe-based Bayliner dealers. The 642 was designed with open-water cruising, lounging, swimming and entertaining in mind. The forward cuddy cabin, high-capacity anchor locker, and optional amenities like a fold-away faucet with sink, transom shower and a removable Porta Potti make the 642 a comfortable choice for overnight excursions.
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Many paths lead to happiness, but only the 160 escorts you there in style and comfort for such an impressive value. Towing the 160 is a breeze, as is operation and upkeep. Abundant storage, a spacious cockpit and remarkable performance make it a hit with families seeking the benefits and fun of fiberglass boating on a reasonable budget.
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Bayliner’s all-new entry-level Deck Boat is far from basic. The 190’s customizable under-seat storage includes smart dividers to partition gear. Fuel-efficient Mercury outboard power gets the 190 up on plane fast, even with the maximum crew of 11 onboard. "Pontoon style" seating offers a plush and comfortable cruising environment. Plus, multiple available floorplans and special packages spell versatility: choose between standard windscreen and optional wraparound windshield configurations; select Bayliner’s Flight Series or Fish Package to outfit the 190 for your favorite on-water pastime.
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Bayliner is no stranger to the boats we know as bowriders, with their walk-through split in the windshield that allows free passage from the cockpit to the forward seating well, where passengers can relax, recline or sunbathe in anticipation of a day of adventure and freedom on the water. Bayliner’s 170 Bowrider has all this and more.
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With a top speed of nearly 35 mph, the Bayliner Ciera 8 is an excellent example of the boat builder’s art. The Ciera 8 meets the need for a smaller vessel that can act as an eight-passenger excursion boat, or as a weekender for two. The Ciera 8 rides like a larger boat, but remains trailerable; its full galley puts it head and shoulders above those vessels in its class that lack such an amenity The Ciera 8’s layout includes an enclosed head, with shower, vanity and sink, items sadly lacking in most comparable boats, all for about $104,572.
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The Bayliner Element XL is the midsize bowrider in Bayliner’s Element series that also includes the Element and the Element XR7. It carries nine passengers, vs. the Element’s six- and the Element XR7’s 16. The Element XL features Bayliner’s M-hull, a hull designed to get you up on plane straight out of the hole, while keeping the boat flatter, and therefore, more comfortable, in turns. Paired with a 90-horse, four-cylinder Mercury outboard, or an optional 115-horsepower, electronically fuel injected Mercury, the Element XL features multiple seating options, a transom with swim platform and ladder and an intuitive control and instrument package.
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Built with affordability in mind, the Bayliner Element offers a perfect compromise between price, performances and practicality. It is a versatile entry level boat powered by a 60 Hp Four Stroke Mercury BigFoot Outboard.
The Bayliner Element features a comfortable layout with opposed seating for up to six people, a deep freeboard and high gunnels, an Innovative M-hull design and an intuitive helm with clear, multifunction gauge.
Other features that are worthy of being mentioned include beverage holders, aft sun pad with underseat storage, padded steering wheel, opposing port side seating and a simple yet comfortable cockpit and bow seats.
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