The Evolution comes of age with Bayliner’s newest Element deck boat
The best just got bigger. Bayliner designed the revolutionary Element line to be the start of something new. So when you’ve got the best value on the market, there’s nowhere to go…but up. And this new 21-foot Element does just that—with everything people have come to expect from the line, making it bigger and better than ever. This one has really come of age.
The Element E21 (or E7 in Europe); its latest—and largest—self-bailing deck boat design to-date aimed at family cruising, water sports other day boat activities.
With a nearly 21 foot LOA (6.4 meters), it has the same clean, open layout the Element line is known for, in addition to the exceptional stability provided by the M-Hull—this time with an even deeper entry giving it even better performance in mixed conditions. The bow features comfortable lounges and, thanks to its larger beam, more space overall. The E21/E7 comes with a standard windscreen or optional full windshield. The helm is simple yet functional and a port helm console features a glove box and cooler storage beneath.
“This boat is our largest Element deck boat yet and an affordable way to get out and enjoy coastal cruising, water sports or any number of activities,” said Bayliner’s president, Keith Yunger. “Its roominess, versatility and affordability are exceptional.”
The boat’s aft section features two side loungers that allow forward-facing cruising or inward seating plus access to a full beam swim platform with standard extensions.
Standard power is Mercury Marine’s 115 horsepower four stroke with an optional 150 horsepower four stroke also available. An optional stainless steel pack includes bow handrails, aft rails, stainless steel gunwale and cupholders.