- 170 Sportsman
- 180 Sport Utility
- 183 Flats
- 190 Sportsman
- 200 Sportsman
- 201 Walkaround
- 210 Sportsman
- 211 Walkaround
- 220 Cuddy Fish
- 230 Utility
- 251 Walkaround
- 2610 Walkaround
- 2700 Sportsman
- 2810 Walkaround
- 2950 Walkaround
- 3250 Express
- 3400 Super Sport
- 3400 Super Sport Cuddy
- CC/170 Sport
- CC/180 SU
- CC/183 Sport
- CC/190 Sport
- CC/200 Sport
- CC/220 Sport
- CC/230 SU

Recent Pro-Line Boats Reviews

  • Pro-Line - 201 Walkaround: 2000 22' Walk
    I bought my boat in MA last May. After one year of use, I must say this is nothing short of a great boat. I wish it had a 4 stroke for fuel economy- but nothing about boating is economical, right? I would like to add a hard top at some point. This boat handles well, no water issues or blistering of paint or delamination. Being in the Bay of Fundy with a boat manufactured in Florida is a good quality assurance test. Boats up here are used for lobstering and seining weirs, not pleasure. The waters are quite cold, the conditions can change in a heartbeat. Can't wait to launch her tomorrow
    Reviewed by L Roberts on May-24-2014 | Rating:
    Pro-Line - 201 Walkaround: Love my Boat
    I have a pro line 21 sport walk. I have never had a problem with it. it's solid and handles well in the open water. I do recommend trim tabs but other than that I love it!
    Reviewed by art on Mar-03-2014 | Rating:
    Pro-Line - 183 Flats: Pro Line Stalker 183
    I have owned two of these great flats/near shore boats. One had a 135 Mercury EFI and the other had a 150 Mercury EFI. Had trim tabs on the 135 and no jack plate, boat ran great but needed tabs. The one with the 150 had a Bob's Hydro-Lift which eliminates the need for trim tabs. Boat is heavy so I would stay away from 4-strokes...but the 150hp is the perfect power with the lift. I would recommend this boat over any 18' on the market. Carleton62@gmail.com
    Reviewed by Mike Carleton on Feb-04-2014 | Rating:
    Pro-Line - 201 Walkaround: 22 ft w/a 200 hp mercury 2000
    Boat great Engine has now seized 3 times, now no compression in 2 cylinders
    Reviewed by Tom S on Sep-21-2012 | Rating:
    Pro-Line - 183 Flats: 1996 Pro-Line Stalker 183
    I bought this 96 Stalker in 2005. I repowered with an E-Tec 150 in 2007. I used to have a 2001 Hewes Redfish 18 that I couldn't take out when it got a little rough in the ocean side. With the Pro-Line I can handle up to three feet with no problems and w/o getting wet. I have fixred it up to the point that people ask me if it is a new boat. I will be keeping this boat for a long time. I wish Pro-Line made this boat again.
    Reviewed by ARB on Sep-18-2012 | Rating: