Bayliner has created the Element F21, its largest self-bailing center console design to date.
Aimed at family fishing and other day boat activities, the F21, at 20’ 8” length overall, has the same layout as other Element F-Series models. It was designed to fishermen the stability provided by the M-Hull, plus a slightly deeper entry V than its smaller counterparts. The F21’s bow features an anchor locker and two large bow storage lockers for keeping a variety of gear secure. The helm has space for optional electronics and includes a storage compartment in the forward section—which can also be converted to an optional livewell. The helm’s reversible seat has a cooler as its base.
“This boat is our largest center console model yet, and an affordable way to get out and enjoy family fishing, cruising or any number of day boat activities,” said Bayliner’s President Keith Yunger. “Its roominess and versatility are exceptional. When you factor in the price, it’s a value you’ll be hard pressed to beat anywhere.”
The boat’s aft section features two jump seats flanking a recirculating livewell. Standard power is Mercury Marine’s 115 HP 4-Stroke outboard, with an optional 150 HP 4-Stroke also available. Anglers can also add a bow trolling motor, pedestal bow fishing seat and an additional livewell forward of the helm console.