Overview: An affordable aluminum modified-V bass boat that’s loaded with features.

Filming the Crestliner VT 17 for the Boats.com Video Boat Review



CONCEPT
This is a modified-V style bass boat that’s a notch above entry-level, with a painted hull, matching trailer, Mercury four-stroke outboard and many added angling features.

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CONSTRUCTION

  • All-welded aluminum hull, MIG-welded together down the keel, supported by aluminum stringer structure

  • Wood-free

  • Aluminum deck

  • Aluminum console with molded acrylic cap


Crestliner VT 17 Performance Data

PERFORMANCE

  • Top speed of 36 mph with optional Mercury four-stroke 60 outboard and aluminum propeller

  • Best fuel economy is 9.1 mpg at 4500 rpm and 26.3 mph


HANDLING

  • Tracks well in very rough conditions; ride is good for boat type

  • In smooth water, heels over to take a set and turns with confidence


FEATURES/DETAILS


  • Step to bow platform is convenient and covers a small, built-in cooler

  • Large locking dry storage compartment in bow platform, and a single rod locker

  • MotorGuide FW 46FB 12-volt trolling motor and on-board battery charger

  • Recessed trolling motor foot control

  • Remote trim switch on bow panel


Crestliner VT 17 specifications

  • Three-across seating

  • 30-gallon livewell aft

  • Dedicated tackle tray storage, and underseat storage

  • Dash-mounted Lowrance X-50 fish locator


For more information, visit Crestliner.

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