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Bayliner 300 Cruiser

You might wonder how a $100,000 price can be construed as a great buy. Go ahead and price out 30-foot weekenders with fuel-injected twin engines, and you'll see why the 300 is at the top of our list.

March 31, 2008
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You might wonder how a $100,000 price can be construed as a great buy. Go ahead and price out 30-foot weekenders with fuel-injected twin engines, and you’ll see why the 300 is at the top of our list. “Cruiser” isn’t just a fancy model name here; the boat sleeps six – in a double berth, convertible dinette and a mid-cabin. The galley and head have elbow room. Up top the cockpit’s centerpiece is a U-shaped settee under a fiberglass radar arch with recessed lighting. Buyers would save enough money on this boat to ask for the optional rotating helm seat.

LOA: 30’6″
Beam: 10′
Dry Weight: 9,098 lb.
Max HP: 520
MSRP w/ twin 4.3 MPI MerCruisers: $107,232
Standout Feature: Rounded salon seating adds a conversational touch, and it converts to an additional berth.

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