2007 Triumph 190 Bay Center Console

$19,000
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Class Power
Category Center Consoles
Year 2007
Make Triumph
Length 19'
Propulsion Type Single Outboard
Hull Material Roplene
Fuel Type Gas
Location Wayne, PA
Dimensions
Nominal Length
19
Length Overall
19
Engine Model yamaha
Total Power 115hp
Engine Type Single Outboard
Fuel Type Gas
Hull Shape Other
2007 Triumph 190 Bay Center Console

Triumph 190 Bay.  Great all around boat for fishing, pulling a tube, relaxing, or just out for a cruise.

 

I bought new and am the original owner.  The boat is well equipped for fishing with an 80lb thrust Minn Kota trolling motor with remote, a 998c Humminbird SideImaging Fish Depth Finder, a large front deck, live well, plenty of storage, and rod storage.  It is also great for the family, with a bimini top, lots of seating, and easy to access cooler.  The Yamaha four stroke 115 motor sips gas and is super quiet.

 

If you don't know Triumph boats, I encourage you to check out their website: http://www.triumphboats.com/tough-tests/  These are phenominal boats, without the hassle that comes with fiberglass or aluminum.  I found it really easy to care for; just break out a bucket and hose, or the powerwasher if I felt lazy.  They don't make this model anymore, so getting a great used one is the best option, especially if you love to fish (my family and I've caught a lot of fish on this boat), had a ton of fun jumping off the side for a swim (the swim ladder makes it easy to get back on board), and pulled the tube around a ton.  The bimini give really good shade without being in the way.  You can get into really skinny water, or take on the waves with easy without getting pounded like you would in a fiberglass boat.  You can easily take it off and on the trailer solo.  Ok, I'm going to stop here, I really do love this boat and I think you and your family will too.

I still use the boat on occasion, love the boat, and simply moved farther from the Upper Chesapeake where I used it almost exclusively.

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