Bayliner is the best-selling brand on the water, with a huge line-up of boats that cover a wide range of activities. Their diverse offerings include outboard and stern-drive boats, bowriders, cuddies, cruisers, and deck boats, and includes what Bayliner claims is the “world’s most popular boat”, the 175 Bowrider, which has out-sold every other recreational boat on the market for the past 10 years. Owned by the world’s largest boat-builder (Brunswick), Bayliners have been in production for over five decades. And Bayliner’s size benefits the consumer not only in choice and cost—like many large-volume builders, Bayliner can under-sell most of the competition due to economy of scale—it also means they have a massive dealer network, so finding and servicing their boats is easier than the norm. But large scale does not have to mean low quality; Bayliner is the only fiberglass builder in the Value category of the National Marine Manufacturer’s Association to receive the Customer Satisfaction Index Award for five years running. Receiving this award means Bayliner buyers rated the winning boats at over 90-percent for customer satisfaction. Bayliner currently sells boats in over 100 countries, and has been building boats since 1957. For more information, visit Bayliner Boats.
Faraway destinations and a gracious lifestyle are within reach aboard the twin-engine 315C ruiser. A spacious cockpit and foredeck, and a sophisticated helm distinguish the 315's topside offerings. The expansive, light-filled cabin with galley, private head and mid-berth, and convertible dinette provides the comforts of home. Optional Axius joystick control simplifies docking and tight maneuvering.
The giant forward sundeck makes a great place to catch rays.
The 315's power options include twin 260-hp MerCruiser engines, which can be outfitted with optional Axius joystick control.
Anti-glare gauges and instrumentation add to the highly functional helm.
Read by the light of the sun through the cabin's wide windows or bask in the glow of its optional flat screen TV.
Preparing meals is a dream in the well-lit galley with fridge, stainless steel sink, stove and microwave.
Freshen up during longer journeys in the private head, which features a sink and shower.
Change clothes, nap or relax within the 315's aft-berth. It features a fixed doorway, room to stand up and a queen mattress.