Our Center Console lineup grows with new Element F21
You’re gonna need a bigger boat….and Bayliner just built it for you. Families serious about their fishing often want the extra room to chase fish and enjoy other day boating activities as well. Besides when you’ve already got the best fishing boat value on the market, there’s nowhere to go…but up.
The Element F21 (or CC7 in Europe); is Bayliner’s latest—and largest—self-bailing center console design to-date, aimed at family fishing and coastal cruising, with the versatility to enjoy other activities.
With a nearly 21 foot LOA (6.4 meters), it has a nice, open layout built on Bayliner’s innovative M-Hull™ design. The F21 also has exceptional stability plus a deeper entry giving it even better performance in mixed conditions. And, with a draft of around a little more than 12 inches, the F21 is still great for shallow water use.
Its layout is great for fishing. Its forward casting deck has an anchor locker, loads of storage, room for an optional bow fishing seat and can accept an optional 24V MotorGuide Saltwater Series trolling motor. The helm console is also packed with features, with a forward seat—complete with a storage compartment beneath that can be converted into a livewell—six vertical rod holders, a plexiglass windscreen and stainless grab rail, stainless steel wheel and plenty of room for optional electronics.
The standard leaning post is excellent for standup operation and includes four rod holders, in addition to the 6 on the console itself, and two horizontal holder per side—perfect for holding extra rod set ups. An optional T-Top gives you great sun protection and also features four rail-mount aluminum rod holders.
The aft casting deck features two flip up jump seats with storage beneath, flanking a center livewell. There is also a molded in 2-inch toe rail along the edge, so you’ll always know where the edge of the boat is while fighting fish. It all adds up to serious fishboat design, and an exceptional value. And at a time when plenty of other boat companies TALK about value, keep in mind…Bayliner virtually invented it.