New 2018 Crestliner Commander Elite 2050

2018 2050 Features and Options
  • Custom Travel Cover
  • Dual Fuel Line Pickup
  • Tie Down Ratcheting Trailer Mounted Pair
  • Washdown System
  • Silver Metallic W/Black Met Accent/Gray Interior
  • Full Enclosure Package
  • AFT Rod Storage Vertical Six Tube
  • Fish Box For In Floor Storage Compartment
  • Suremount Fender Holder
  • Battery (Cranking 1)
  • Battery (Trolling Motor 1)
  • Lowrance HDS 7 Touchscreen Insight Console
  • Merc Analog Prerig (C) Verado L6
  • Primary Engine Factory Installed
  • Downrigger Brackets (2)
  • Boss Stereo AM/FM/MP3 W/ 2 Speakers
  • Vinyl Floor Cockpit & Decks (Program)
  • Basic 4000LB Bunk Painted Black Trailer
  • Port & Starboard Bench Seats W/STG Installed
  • Windshield Wipers (Starboard & Port)
  • Port & Starboard Console Box Seats W/Storage
  • Bow Rails
  • Welded Bow Anchor Roller
  • Stainless Prop
  • Mercury 200XL Pro 4S L6 Verado
  • Mercury 15EXLPT BF Bundled/Installed Power STG
  • Under Console Net Packaage (Port & Starboard)


MSRP: $64,487
Savings: $10,499
B.O.P. Price: $53,988
Location: Rochester
Stock# SOLD
For more information, call us at 800-554-5033 or Contact Us
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In 1948, the Father-Son partners Loiel Ryan Sr. and Loiel Jr. took over management of the Aluminum Boat Company and renamed it Larson Watercraft, Inc. Business was good, and the quality of their boats kept getting better. In fact, by the mid 1950s, production was so brisk that the Ryans expanded the operation to include a new facility that housed the aluminum fabrication processes and wood department.
The first part of the new plant was completed in 1955. In the same year, Larson Watercraft adopted the name "Crestliner" for all boat models. Two years later, on September 16, 1957, they changed the company name from Larson Watercraft to Crestliner, Inc.
In the summer of 2005, Brunswick bought Crestliner from Genmar making it the largest recreational boat company in the world. The sale also included Lund, Lowe and Princecraft. Crestliner's commitment to further push the boundaries of welding technology continued. Aluminum extrusions were developed to give the Crestliner line of boats and pontoons added fit and finish. People at boat shows and at the dealerships were beginning to knock on the side of the hull and ask, "is that fiberglass?"

For 2008, Crestliner overhauled it's pontoon line and introduced a redesigned product. New models of boats were introduced as well. Crestliner continues to grow and innovate.
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