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- 1967 Blount Marine Corporation Commercial Passenger Vessel1967 Blount Marine Corporation Commercial Passenger Vessel$649,000Bremerton, WA USA - Shown by Appointment, WA
- 2021 Sylvan Mirage 8522 CLZ
The 8522 CLZ-S pontoon boat by Sylvan offers premium comfort with a dual rear lounge, but when you want to cruise, flip the swing back seat forward to provide the traditional L-Group Seating. And with...Read More...Racetrack MarineContact Seller
What are deck boats?
Deck boats are medium-sized, trailerable vessels frequently used for boating pursuits such as freshwater fishing, watersports and day cruising. These types of vessels can vary in size from 16 feet to 30 feet with an average length of 22 feet. These boats are built and assembled by a wide variety of boat manufacturers with hull types including modified vee, deep vee, pontoon, catamaran and other designs. Boat Trader currently has 1,539 deck boats for sale, including 958 new vessels and 581 used boats listed by both individuals and professional dealers across the country.
What are the best deck boats?
Some of the most notorious manufacturers of deck boats presently include: Hurricane, Starcraft, Bayliner, Sea Ray and Crownline. These builders design deck boats models with outboard, outboard-4S, inboard/outboard, inboard and other propulsion systems, available in gas, diesel and other fuel systems.
What are the most affordable deck boats?
Deck boats for sale on Boat Trader are available for a swath of prices from a sensible $7,745 on the more accessible end all the way up to $195,074 for the more lavish boat models. Models with more power can handle motors up to a tremendous 2,500 horsepower, while the more modest utility models may have as low as 51 horsepower engines on them (although the average motor size is 200 HP).
Why are deck boats popular?
Deck boats are popular for their exceedingly deep draft and generally wider beam, traits that make these boats ideal for freshwater fishing, watersports and day cruising.