Meet the newest addition to the Bayliner Element line: new Bayliner Element E21

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When Bayliner Boats first introduced the Element back in 2013, they brought something truly revolutionary to the day boat market. The Element married so many different practical components in one affordable package that it became known as Bayliner's "homerun".

Some of these desirable features that are the hallmark of the Element include the boat's stable M-Hull, its ultra-spacious cockpit design (with deep freeboard and high gunnels for safety), and a very low entry price that makes it actually affordable for many families to finally own a new boat.

The first Bayliner Element in the market was a 16' model. After an exceptional reception, Bayliner quickly launched a larger, 18' version of the Element, known as the Element XL. Both models are still available and still popular today. Following the success of the first two Elements, Bayliner continued to expand the evolution of the Element line with the introduction of the revolutionary XR7 pontoon-style boat and the F-line center console fishing boats.

As consistent innovators with a solid understanding of what consumers want, Bayliner has now announced the introduction of the newest member of the Element's evolutionary family: a 21' Element E21 deck boat.

The new Bayliner Element E21 features all of the highlights that made the Element famous in an even bigger package, with a passenger capacity of 10 and a standard 115 HP 4-Stroke CT Mercury Outboard engine (a 150 HP engine option is available). Standard seating features a dual-purpose lounger with aft-facing or opposing seat. The Element E21 can be outfitted with packages to match your lifestyle, whether that's going out fishing or engaging in water sports.

We are very excited about this newest addition to the successful Bayliner Element line. Previously available via special-order only, the Element E21 is now in stock and ready for immediate delivery. Contact InterMarine's Sales Desk and make an appointment to see this immensely fun Bayliner Element today.