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Scoop - Bayliner to debut new Trophy Series center consoles at MIBS!

Bayliner is expanding its center console offering with the launch of its new Trophy Series, which will officially debut at the Miami International Boat Show this week.  

Scoop - Bayliner to debut new Trophy Series center consoles at MIBS!

The six-model series will help new boaters enter the segment without a steep learning curve and at an affordable price point.  The Trophy Series will also be ideal for seasoned anglers with its enhanced utility features.

The all-new Trophy CC and CX 20’ and 22’ models put big water adventure within reach with a deep V-hull.  Highlights include a broad bow with ample room for casting or lounging and dry-riding interiors full of comforts that make the run to their favorite fishing spot more enjoyable. The 18’ and 21’ Trophy Bay models feature Bayliner’s proven M-Hull design from its Element F Series, giving anglers exceptional stability, nimble maneuverability, and shallow draft for following fish into the backwaters.

“We’re excited to launch new models that give anglers all the utility they need, along with family-friendly designs that don’t sacrifice comfort,” said Corey Duke, Bayliner General Manager. “Giving this series the legendary Trophy name is our way of paying homage to the past while shaping the future of the family fishing experience.”

The all-new CC and CX models are designed to offer both fishing and crossover boaters a user-friendly, towable package that delivers unrivaled value. For example, the Trophy 22CC with 150 HP Mercury outboard and trailer will boast an as-low-as MSRP of just $41,999.

“We look at innovation as a way to design a better boat for our customers but also create that family-friendly price point,” said Duke. “For the Bayliner brand, it’s paramount that these boats not only be affordable, but offer all the features and versatility that lets anglers pursue their passion with ease.”

All Trophy Series models are fully featured for fishing and easy cleanup with self-bailing cockpits. CC models include aft seating that folds into a casting platform, while CX models opt for a full aft bench seat for cruising and all-day comfort. CC and CX models also offer conveniences like an enclosed head compartment, two livewells, plus options like a ski tow pylon for family fun. Additional optional equipment allows for further customization as well.

Across the series, Bayliner’s innovative BeamForwardTM design extends the full beam further into the bow, which maximizes seating, creates a generous casting platform, and provides a dry ride. Bayliner designed the CC and CX models with a common hull and deck platform, making the series more economical and easily expandable in the future.

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