Crestliner adds to bass boat range with PT20
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Bass boat manufacturer, Crestliner, has added to its product line with the brand new PT20. The PT stands for Premium Tournament and the new model was appropriately launched at the recent Bassmaster Classic in Tulsa.
“The PT20 is a remarkable bass boat with all the bells and whistles serious anglers demand,” said Crestliner’s Programme Manager, Chris Crockett. “Yet they won’t have to break the bank to get one.”
The PT20 has 160 square feet of onboard space with a roomy front fishing deck and large, comfortable bucket seating for two in the helm.
The stern and bow decks have an additional Pro Fishing seat and an adjustable butt seat respectively, while an optional centre seat has storage beneath. The latter also converts into a step platform.
The centre rod locker holds 10 rods up to eight feet six inches long. Port and starboard lockers hold gear or a combined 12 rods up to eight feet six inches.
The PT20 has no shortage of thrust thanks to a max 200hp engine and a 32-gallon fuel tank. Other features include an easy-access console, moulded instrument panel, hydraulic steering, 12v power outlet, space for flush-mount electronics, a windscreen and a rotary switch panel – all of which come standard.
An optional Hot Foot throttle allows the boat to be driven similar to an automatic car, with both hands on the wheel and the foot on the gas.
Further innovations set the PT20 apart from other bass boats, says the Minnesota manufacturer. The 45-gallon, dual lid, aerated livewell comes with industry-leading features that include a timer, divider, improved temperature regulation and a Venturi re-circulator with pump-out.
Durability is assured by an aluminium, all-welded hull that features extruded ribs and a centre-welded, extruded, full-length keel. Anglers can choose from standard silver metallic, black metallic or white exterior colours, or go for optional two-tone paint.
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