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18'8" 7'6" 2'10" 23 Gal
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Number of Reviews: 14
Average Rating: 3.57142857143

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Reviewed on Jul 16, 2014 by Rick Teller from Lake Anna, VA

Bayliner Capri is a super family motor boat

Its a fast and fun family runabout! Got it used 4 years ago and have enjoyed it thoroughly! We can load up 7 adults and it still tows the tube with no problem - haven't had any mechanical problems to speak of - a great little speedboat!

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Reviewed on Apr 21, 2014 by jay collins from phoenix arizona

Awesome boat

Plenty of power alot of space and very user friendly. Needs more storage but other than that the boats a perfect for our family.

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Reviewed on Nov 10, 2013 by Carol from Utah

Awesome Family Boat

I bought my 2003 Bayliner Capri new. I've had it 10 years and only paid for maintenance and tires. We have had 4 adults and sometimes 8 kids on this boat and still pulled riders on skiis and tubes. It's great on gas and tows like dream. The sides are high enough to keep toddlers in the boat safely and plenty of seating. Perfect family/fishing boat Love It!

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Reviewed on Jan 12, 2013 by Ross Henderson from New Zealand

bayliner 1950 capri 135 motor

hi cant seam to get the right prop for this boat doesnt want to plan quick have had 19inch and 17inch 17 pitch still didnt work anyone got any imformation thanks Ross H

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Reviewed on Jan 12, 2013 by Ross Henderson from New Zealand

bayliner 1950 capri 135 motor

hi cant seam to get the right prop for this boat doesnt want to plan quick have had 19inch and 17inch 17 pitch still didnt work anyone got any imformation thanks Ross H

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Reviewed on Jun 09, 2011 by Justin Smith from Odessa Tx

Great Boat

This boat is great for the family and friends. We load this boat down with 7+ people and pull skis tubes kneeBoard and you cant slow her down. A few of us are not real little and it will pull two at once on a tube of 425 Pounds. with every one runs 35mph two people 40-48 depending on water. dont need any faster than that. use it at lakes and ocean bays. Gas runs all day and is easy to work on if you ever have to. besides a belt etc.. Good 3.0

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Reviewed on Jun 09, 2011 by Justin Smith from Odessa Tx

Great Boat

This boat is great for the family and friends. We load this boat down with 7+ people and pull skis tubes kneeBoard and you cant slow her down. A few of us are not real little and it will pull two at once on a tube of 425 Pounds. with every one runs 35mph two people 40-48 depending on water. dont need any faster than that. use it at lakes and ocean bays. Gas runs all day and is easy to work on if you ever have to. besides a belt etc.. Good 3.0

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Reviewed on Feb 03, 2011 by mars from canada

amazing boat

best bang for your buck hands down never had any problems 3.0 rocks im a big fan!!!

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Reviewed on Jun 15, 2009 by Mark Kilbourn from Lake Texoma

Great boat!

I have had my 1999 Bayliner 1950 for about five years. It's been a great boat. I usually get out on it once or twice a week during the spring and summer and have never had any problems with it. It's a solid well built boat with plenty of power... It cruises real well around 25-30 MPH with a top speed of 45 MPH. I wish it had more storage and that the entire engine cover would come off, but I consider that to be a minor issue. Great boat!!

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Reviewed on Jan 16, 2008 by SharkFighter from Savannah GA

bayliner 1st boat

Was the first boat I ever owned. had the Mercruiser engine and cruised at 35 mph with good pick up. Great family /dual use boat for knee boarding and tube pulling type activities along with river fishing. Easy to maintain the 3.0 engine but the carpets were great when in family smim platform mode but to hard to clean shark blood from. Replaced an alternate belt on engine and was just like a car. Also easy to check things like starter etc because it is all so familair. Mine was the 1995 year model. No live wells on mine. I had it 17 miles off the coast but it was a bit far. I routinely fished the near shore wrecks and reefs out to about 10 miles in seas under three foot. For pics of us fishing from the boat see www.sharkfighter.com I am buying a boat more rigged for fishing in about 23 ft with a deeper V soon. But overall was very happy the bayliner was my first boat.

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Reviewed on Apr 13, 2007 by tom lewis from CO

wow

this boat is worst than swimming in the bathtub

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Reviewed on Jan 16, 2007 by kenneth mefford from warren , Michigan

My boat

Had my boat for 4 years love it nice boat great for $$. Not for big family only 19 foot boat but good for you and a few others nice boat!4 banger but saves on gas and fairly fast if 2 people. Nice boat to just go out and swim and light fishing.

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Reviewed on Dec 17, 2006 by T. L. Jeffrey from Sacramento, CA

Great family boat!

A very roomy boat and pretty well built. We use it on local lakes and rivers and the four-banger 3 liter Mercruiser is great on gas and very reliable. We can run 35MPH with six people aboard and run all day on a tank of gas. Definitely not an open ocean boat, but not very many 18 1/2 foot boats are. If speed is your thing get a Cigarette Boat. If you want good value and a safe, reliable boat, try a Bayliner.

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Reviewed on May 24, 2006 by grady buck from lake flatbush

this 3.0 merc on the back of 1950 capri

this boat is slow .. it sucks ... i would rather swim .. my wife calls it the SS dog shit... if you are serious about boats get something that is suited for the open water not the bathtub!!

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