New models strengthen 2017 lineup
Otsego, Minnesota-based Crestliner Boats has announced a number of new deep-V and mod-V fishing models for its 2017 model year.
“We couldn’t be more excited to reveal these wide-ranging new models for 2017,” said Crestliner President Eric Hendrickson. “These boats reflect the wants and needs of our diverse customers, yet they all feature the same quality craftsmanship for which Crestliner long has been known.”
Crestliner has added to its deep-V Commander line with the all-new 2050 Commander, with an all-welded hull, heavy duty windshield, ample storage space and in-floor rod storage for rods up to 7 feet, 6 inches long.
Also new is the Commander Elite series, with 2050 and 1850 models that feature a 94-inch beam, a 30-inch cockpit depth and the company’s Space Saving Transom design. Durable diamond plating is welded to the bow for a fully sealed deck, and drain holes are positioned on each side of the floor to allow for easy drainage. Along with a fully sealed walk-through windshield and an optional heavy-duty full enclosure to protect from the elements, fishermen can stay out longer to reel in that trophy catch.
In its modified V lineup, Crestliner’s all-new PT18 is described as a premium tournament bass boat with a huge bow casting deck, a 33-gallon aerated live well and premium bucket seats for angler comfort. The all-new VTC series, a crappie rig with spacious bow and stern casting decks, comes in lengths of 19 feet, 18 feet and 17 feet. Three bow pedestal seat bases set anglers up for some serious crappie fishing, and a feature-rich console includes black sterling gauges, switch panel, Lowrance fish finder and more.
The new models arrive in dealer showrooms this spring.