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Boat Reviews By Owners

2004 -- 19' 0" BAYLINER

Model: 192 Classic Cuddy

Cockpit: Cockpit is following the European designs, this looks nice, but leaves little room for fish finders or other equipment. Also, Bayliner intended you to sit while driving, I cant do that. The seat isnt adjustable, and you find yourself standing off to the side.

Cabin: Great getaway for our 2 small kids, to change in, or as a last resort potty. Never slept in it though, probaly a lil cramped and hot, but would suffice.

Construction: No locker for the anchor. Been in 4 foot waves, seems pretty solid.

Handling: Handles well once trimmed properly. Seen 20+ mile off shore excursions. Cuddy brings the front end up higher, making it much more capable of rough weather.

Engine Room: 4Cyl Merc is a hard starter and rough idler, but does pull the boat suprisingly well for its size and gas mileage is great, very important at 2.00+ a gallon.

General Comments: Bayliner Im sure sells this a premier lake boat, but we put her to work in the gulf, hauling the family and doing some offshore fishing. Watch the weather and be smart.

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Date Submitted: 2004-12-01

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