Crestliner introduced the new 1850 Commander to its lineup.
The Commander rides on a newly designed hull that offers the depth and stability to remain reliable in the harshest conditions. The aluminum hull maximizes aft cockpit space by locating the consoles farther forward and extending the cockpit aft as close to the transom as possible.
The all-welded Commander hull is also one of Crestliner's deepest; four inches have been added to the hull sidewalls to achieve a side hull height of 33 inches and a 30-inch cockpit depth.
The Commander accommodates 25-inch kicker motors and outboard power of as much as 150 hp.
“The weather doesn't always cooperate when you want to go fishing,” Crestliner president Ben Cast said in a statement. “The 1850 Commander is our answer to the worst that Mother Nature can muster. A deep, roomy cockpit and high transom ensure that the crew stays safe and dry in big water.”