1998 Bayliner 2509 Trophy Walkaround FEATURES
- Bayliner 2509 Trophy Walkaround Year 1998
- Engine – MerCruiser 5.7 Litre V8 Thunderbolt V Ignition
- Trailer – Homemade with Title
- Fresh Water Vessel
- Lowrance HDS7
- USCG Safety Equipment
The Bayliner 2509 Trophy is a walkaround fisherman with an attractive profile and large uncluttered cockpit. Her deep-V hull is built using Bayliner’s “Unibond” structural system, a fiberglass composite grid whose foam filling provides positive flotation for the hull. At less than 4,000 pounds, she is a lightweight package which makes her easier to trailer and launch than many of her heavier competitors. Standard features include plenty of rod storage, two in-deck fish boxes, a raised fish well, two removable jump seats, and a full-height transom with built-in storage lockers and cutting boards. Trim tabs and an integral bow pulpit are also standard, and the side decks are wide enough for easy fore-and-aft passage around the house. The interior accommodations provide berths for two and a mini-galley to starboard.