1998 Bayliner 1850 Capri SE


Hunstville, OH

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Class Power
Category Runabouts
Year 1998
Make Bayliner
Length 18'
Propulsion Type Other
Hull Material Fiberglass
Fuel Type Gas
Location Hunstville, OH
Equipment List
Bayliner 1850 Capri SE Specifications - Standard Equipment - 3.0 liter MerCruiser sterndrive power - Wood grain dash console - Five-position tilt steering - Clearview II wraparound windshield - Molded-in cooler, port dash console - AM-FM cassette stereo with speakers - Transferable 5-Year Structural Hull Limited Warranty - Perko lifetime-guaranteed cleats, through-bolted and secured to backing blocks, sized to accept proper docklines. - Stainless steel grab rail at the swim ladder - Solution-dyed polypropylene carpet - Heavy-duty marine-grade vinyl with UV protection and backing material - Tempered safety-glass windshield panels - Super-isophthalic Buff-Back gelcoat by Cook Composites - Anodized aluminum windshield frame and struts - Midship mooring cleat, ideally positioned for springlines or fender
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Nominal Length
Max Bridge Clearance
Dry Weight
Engine Make 4.3 L MerCruiser
Engine Model 4.3 L MerCruiser
Engine Year 1998
Total Power 190hp
Engine Type Other
Fuel Type Gas
Hull Shape Deep Vee
1998 Bayliner 1850 Capri SE

Custom design, exceptional styling and an extensive list of luxury features put these very special Capris in a class by themselves. The Bayliner 1850 Capri SE has a long list of premium standard features including: tilt steering wheel, digital depth sounder and compass, ski tow ring, ski observation mirror and 12-volt accessory outlet. Wood-grain accents complete a fully-appointed interior. Bayliner subjects everything from gelcoats to carpeting to extreme climate exposure and stress testing far beyond the limits of normal use. The biggest test comes when the hull meets the water the prototypes are put through grueling performance, handling and endurance trials. Hull strength, ride characteristics, fuel efficiency, engine performance and more are all scientifically evaluated.