Bayliner Element F18: Fishability and Affordability

We’re very excited about this newest addition to the Bayliner Element line of entry-level boats – the F18 fishing boat!

Bayliner has been busy revolutionizing day boats as we know them. They first introduced the 16′ Element back in 2013. The Element series combines “an affordable price, familiar automotive-style handling, and class-leading stability and safety features”.

Bayliner has now applied these principles to the F18, offering entry-level boaters the opportunity of owning a safe and practical fishing boat at an affordable price.

The F18 takes full advantage of the stable Element M-Hull and combines it with a deck plan focused on “fishability”. Seasoned fishermen and families alike will appreciate the features, layout. and value aboard this family-friendly fishing platform.

Specification Overview:

  • Length overall (LOA) : 18’2″ / 5.57 m
  • Beam : 7’5″ / 2.26 m
  • Weight : 2,000 lbs / 907 kg
  • Fuel capacity : 30 gal / 114 l
  • People capacity : 5 / 5
  • Max engine power : 115 HP / 115 HP

Standard Features:

  • Aft non-skid casting platform with center livewell
  • Bow anchor locker and storage compartments
  • Flip/flop double wide captains seat with cooler beneath
  • Forward facing jump seats with storage beneath
  • Port and starboard gunnel rod storage for 4 rods
  • Self-bailing cockpit
  • 33 gallon built-in fuel tank
  • Binacle mounted Engine Controls w/Trim & Tilt Switch in Handle
  • Center console with storage for 6 rods and a large storage compartment
  • Navigation-ready helm station with stainless steel steering wheel standard
  • Large non-skid bow casting platform with pre-wired trolling motor landing
  • Mooring Cleats (6)
  • Patent Pending M-Hull Design
  • Single-Axle Galvanized Self Guiding Trailer

The Bayliner F18 is a recent launch and will be featured at the Stuart Boat Show, providing consumers a great opportunity to see and buy this model before the big Miami Boat Show in February.

The F18 is available for sale at all three of our stores: InterMarine Fort Lauderdale, InterMarine Dania Beach, and InterMarine Jupiter. See the Bayliner F18 brochure online and come in to see it for yourself!


2015 Miami Boat Show

The Miami Boat Show is touted as being “the greatest boat show on earth”. It is indeed one of the grandest events in boating.

Every year, manufacturers produce innovative and exciting new products for consumers. This year, we saw this highlighted in with the launch of several rousing models.

Bayliner introduced the next step in boating evolution with their brand-new Element XR7 model; a stylish and powerful (and roomy!) pontoon style boat. Chaparral won the NMMA Innovation Award for the development of their Arial Surf Platform, a fixed platform designed to reshape and deepen waves for wake surfing.

Four Winns has been on a roll lately, with not one, not two, but three new launches since mid-2014. The Horizon line saw the introduction of the hot H350, which proved to be extremely popular at the Miami Show, and the H440, truly a unique boat and the largest bowrider in the market today.

The third new product from Four Winns, unveiled at Miami, was the TC222. This boat is particularly exciting because it features a brand-new Volvo Penta Forward Drive (FWD). Uniquely engineered with two forward-facing counter-rotating props, the Forward Drive gives small-craft leisure boaters new found versatility, added passenger comfort, efficiency, flexible trim and a host of performance benefits.


We thank everyone who stopped by and showed interest in our displays. We are so excited over the new products we now have available for our customers.

FEATURE LISTING! 2012 Bayliner 315, the perfect family boat

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Today’s featured boat is this very comfortable, very practical, and very family-friendly Bayliner 31’ cruiser.

Easy on the eyes AND the wallet, this boat features a Preferred Equipment Package which includes all the standard equipment, plus…

  • Cockpit Carpet Runners
  • Cockpit Table with Sunpad & Filler Cushions
  • Foredeck Cushions & Rails
  • Power Engine Hatch Lift
  • Sunbrella Camper Canvas
  • Transom Remote for Sound System
  • Extended Swim Platform
  • 110V Air Conditioning Package with Reverse Heat
  • 110V 5.0kw Gas Generator
  • Rotating Helm Seat
  • Trim Indicators
  • Windlass
  • Spotlight
  • TV/DVD Player
  • Vacu Flush Head System

And that’s just part of the options. To get the full effect of what this boat has to offer, take a look at the inventory page.

What’s even better, this sweet family funship can be purchased for only $128,800, a savings of $38,000. You can’t find another brand-new, loaded 31’ cruiser for anywhere near that price (comparing apples to apples…)

InterMarine, Inc. 

2013 Miami International Boat Show Highlights

This year’s show saw lots of new excitment. Among the biggest highlights for us was the debut of the Bayliner Element, a family-friendly deckboat-bowrider hybrid featuring a unique M-Hull. We also had the honor of representing Malibu Boats/Axis as they have their first appareance in Miami! Finally our fondest memory from the show was welcoming Bianca Freeman and Mario Landry to the Prestige Yachts family as they shared the christening of their boat with us during InterMarine-Prestige’s Sweetheart Event. Let the Good Boating Times Roll!



This beautiful NEW 2012 Bayliner 335 will be on sale for $149,900 for the next two weeks only. Bayliner is more loved for their right balance of features and price.This particular cruiser includes a host of dealer options like Foredeck Cushions & Rails, Sunbrella Canvas Camper Back Cove, Air Conditioning, and Gas Generator. Contact us for the full spec sheet.

Miami International Boat Show

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Denise Ciparro writes and works at Intermarine Boats

Miami International Boat Show: Feb 16-20, 2012

Five days of nothing but boats, boating, parts for boats, gadgets for boats, and boating customers. There were a lot of people who were “just looking”, and there was, in fact, a lot to see. The Miami Beach Convention Center is fairly large, and every hall, room, hallway, walkway, nook,, and  proverbial cranny was stuffed with vendors offering various boating-related paraphernalia. Then of course there were also the actual boats…

I was fortunate enough to work at one of the boating booths. I ended up working with the Bayliners. I am pretty darn new at this business of selling boats, this being my first time doing it. And you know what? I loved it. 12+ hours of being around boats and boaters for five days straight. I learned about all the different kinds of engines on these affordable vessels, the various lengths and what their individual pros/cons are, memorized all the different available options. Spending all day climbing in and out of boats may sound exhausting – and it was – but to someone like me who just loves the way boats are built, this was bliss. Yes, even being out of the water.

But my favorite part? The actual boaters. They came from all the corners of the Earth. There were people there who traveled from other continents JUST to come to the boat show. That’s a serious boater right there. People from Asia, Europe, South America, Australia. All speaking the universal language of boaters. Inboard or Outboard? Gas or diesel? 28 foot or 33 foot? What’s the beam? I have to check my dockage…

There were single men bringing their buddies along for the ride, single women wanting to brave the high seas, married couples just starting life out, married couple with small kids, married couples with big kids. Every spectrum of human being was there- mostly nice people. Really…. mostly only nice people. Bringing them all together was that silent yet palpable bond of those who know boats, love them, love being on the water, and understand what this lifestyle is all about.

What does the boating lifestyle mean to YOU?

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