Aimed at coastal cruising and other day boat activities, the CC7, at 6.4 meters, has the same clean, open layout the Element line is known for, in addition to the exceptional stability provided by the M-Hull, plus a slightly deeper entry V than its smaller counterparts—something buyers in this size range will appreciate. The CC7’s bow features an anchor locker and two, large bow storage lockers; all covered by a bow cushion. The bow filler panel also doubles as a bow table. The helm has plenty of space for optional electronics and includes a storage compartment in the forward section — which can also be converted to an optional livewell. The helm’s comfortable leaning post also features four rod holders facing aft.
“This boat is our largest center console installment yet and an affordable way to get out and enjoy coastal cruising, fishing or any number of activities,” said Alexis Flechier; Bayliner’s EMEA Sales and Portfolio Planning Director.
“Its roominess, versatility and affordability are exceptional.”
The boat’s aft section features two jump seats flanking a roomy lined storage compartment ideal for snorkeling gear or other provisions. This compartment also has a cushion cover making the aft seat a full beam aft lounge. Dual swim platform extensions make boarding from the water easier.
Standard power is Mercury Marine’s ® 115 HP 4-Stroke with an optional 150 HP 4-Stroke also available. Fishermen can opt for the boat’s Fishing Option which includes a bow trolling motor, pedestal bow fishing seat, side rod racks and six rod holders in the console. This option also converts the bow and stern storage compartments to fish boxes and the console storage to a livewell. An optional stainless steel pack includes bow handrails, aft rails, stainless steel gunwale and cupholders.