# 14239: Bayliner cc 3/8/00 4:14:00 PM

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Submitted by AlfrmVa (199.9.11.69) from VIRGINIA on 3/8/2000 4:14:00 PM

Anyone have experience with older ( 80) Bayliner Cc s? Have a chance to pick one up from a friend, about 600 hours on a 19 footer w/a 125 Force. Want a low cost move up from my bow-rider, to last a few years till I can afford a new one. Use for in/near shore fishing in the lower Chesapeake. Any feedback would be appreciated.

3/8/2000 5:04:00 PM Submitted by MI chuck (207.91.254.4) from MICHIGAN says Bayliner CC

A friend of mine bought one under similar circumstances.That was 5 years ago.The boat now has new canvas and a better trailer.He likes it so much,he kept it.The same 125 Force engine has been trouble free.All in all you can t go wrong,provided you can buy it right. (My freind paid $6500 five years ago),it was a dirt cheap price and he could likely get that much for it now.

3/8/2000 7:13:00 PM Submitted by Bill W. (152.163.213.183) from TEXAS says Bayliner

Beware of Bayliner and Force. I ve got friends who have had problems with both. It is pretty common knowledge that both have had their fair share of problems.

3/9/2000 9:14:00 AM Submitted by Jay T. (216.224.32.162) from CONNECTICUT says bayliner

I ve had 2 bayliners and now have a bayliner 2002 and 120 Force. Never had a problem other than normal up keep. As with any boat, just sure to check it out well before buying.

3/9/2000 11:02:00 AM Submitted by Capt. Rick (192.58.204.121) from NORTH CAROLINA says I had an 88

Same thing 19 CC 125 Force beat the absolute heck out of it fishing and diving. Wet boat. did I mention it was wet. I had it 25 miles off of O.C. MD no problem Fished it REAL hard in the DEL. bay

3/9/2000 11:30:00 AM Submitted by fish-head (152.67.71.210) from PENNSYLVANIA says Bayliner

I had a 1997 19 center console with a 120 Force. Used extensively on Delaware Bay in rough conditions. Never had any trouble with boat or engine in approx 200 hours. Sold it for 11000 2 weeks ago and am now running a 97 Trophy 2802. No complaints with the bigger boat.

3/9/2000 2:15:00 PM Submitted by Ron C (139.169.223.16) from TEXAS says Cheap

I don t want to offend anyone and this is not the purpose. however the reason Bayliners and force motors are cheaper than all the others is because the quality is not built in therefore the price is less. Apples and oranges. So buyer beware. I also know for a fact the resale value does not hold up either.

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3/9/2000 4:49:00 PM Submitted by MI chuck (207.91.254.45) from MICHIGAN says Bottom line,Ron C.

Is that the Bayliner boat of that era and the Force engine both have enough of a past that they were,and still are considered by most owners with direct experience,to be a damn good deal.Force which was US Marine which was Chrysler Marine,which was West Bend,is now Mercury which is Brunswick,which is Searay and on and on.Fact is that when you say the Quality was not built in,nothing could be farther from the truth.The glitz and bells and whistles,no, but quality?Yes.Otherwise why is the 80 s Bayliner and Force motor still useable at 15 years old?

3/9/2000 7:33:00 PM Submitted by Tim L. (204.60.22.89) from CONNECTICUT says Bayliner


I just sold a 1979 Bayliner 22 Center Console,model Santiago. After 21 years of hard use by me and previous owners, it still looks terrific. You would be hard pressed to find a crack in the Gel-coat. I sold it because it was too heavy to trailer with our Explorer(5000+ pounds). I bought an 18 1/2 HydraSport but have no reservations about the Bayliner. I cannot provide comments on the Force as mine had a Mercruiser. Good Luck!

3/10/2000 12:02:00 PM Submitted by Pete from NEW JERSEY says A question.

Somewhere above someone wrote that Bayliner. you get what you pay for, no quality, etc. So here s my question. How do you explain all the Grady problems? How about the new Whalers? Price way up, quality way down? Wanna know something, IMO, if you take care of a boat, and respect it, most of times, if it started out ok, it ll stay ok. Like everyone says here, look at the fit, finish and construction. Stay away from the crap, and look at what looks well made. Get advice from others. All I know is I ve had some real junkers as people call them over the years. You name them, Bayliner, Renken, Glasstream, etc.) And I can yell ya, it is all about maintaince and repect. I think that s why they say boats are like the ladies. LOL.

3/11/2000 11:56:00 AM Submitted by AlfrmVa (207.7.94.80) from. says Thanks

Thanks for the replies, guys. I can get this for $3,000 (trailer included). Guess it s time to put her in the water for a test run. Just looking for a solid ride, doesn t have to be the prettiest girl at the dance!

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