All about Trophy range
The American manufacturer Bayliner is one of the leading manufacturers of recreational powerboats in the world. More than 60 years of know-how and a partnership with the Brunswick Group have resulted in a large production capacity distributed over Europe, South America and North America. So what's their strategy? They want to offer their customers motorboats that are as practical as they are comfortable, and which are easily transportable, all while giving you real value for money.
They produce boats divided into several ranges, each dedicated to a certain type of leisure. Walking, fishing, water sports or just relaxing on the water... You can do everything in a Bayliner.
Launched in the 1980s, their Trophy range continues to delight fishing and cruising enthusiasts alike on inland waters or at sea. These motorboats are characterised by their V-shaped hull, ideal for dry sailing even at high speeds.
The first models they produced - ranging from the Trophy 1703 to the Trophy 2860 - were available as open versions with a central console, open with a sleeper cabin or wheelhouse.
The latest Bayliner Trophies focus on day tripping. The Trophy 20, Trophy 21 and Trophy 22 have been designed based around a central console, which may or may not be covered. The models are compact, all under 7 m so that they remain easy to tow. Their shallow draught combined with outboard motors means they can be easily "beached" on calm shores... So they pack a lot in!
Trophy: find your future boats
The range of boats centralizes models with similar characteristics, both in their design and in their use. A boat builder can have a range dedicated to racing-cruising yachts and another specializing in small outboard motor boats. The ranges of boats may need to evolve to better meet the expectations of boaters. Thus, certain ranges are disappearing to make way for new generations of boats.
Choosing your boat model from the range
Buying a new or used boat requires taking stock of your expectations as a future boat owner Here are the main questions to ask:
- What is my maximum budget for buying a boat?
- Do I have a berth available?
- What is my boater profile?
Find your future boat
The range of boats counts among your favorites but none of its models meet your boating wishes? No stress ! Band of Boats is here to guide you. Whether you are looking for a fishing boat, a cruise ship or just a pleasure boat, dare to buy your future new or used boat. We are delighted to have you join our community of enthusiasts.