The 21’ Bayliner Trophy is among the most popular of this style boat built for fishing in the Northwest. She’s specifically designed for a trip in fresh or saltwater with a large aft cockpit and high bulwarks for safety, a live well, good electronics and stable maneuverability at lower speeds. There is an ‘E-Z Steer’ controller arm for connecting the kicker and Alpha to the inside helm steering.
The engine in this 2159 was replaced with a MerCruiser 3.0 four cylinder TKS. They are a quick and economical 140 hp. inboard with a reliable Alpha drive. Her former owner reports fewer than 30 hours on this replacement engine. We test ran both with flush-muffs and the main engine, kicker and outdrive function properly (see operation photos). All routine service has been taken care of as described below.
The boat has been used in the waters near Lopez Island and has been stored at Island Marine Center. Their shop has handled all of the trailer, boat and engine maintenance, including regular mechanical service and annual winterizing for the past ten years or more. Their October 2018 service included replacing Alpha drive tilt rams and pressure hoses, full lube service and new pump impeller for kicker. Both engines fully tested and topped off. New trailer light wiring, and, the boat got bottom paint, too!
We’ve finished getting her cleaned up inside and out, have checked all of the systems and she’s ready to go. We just put four brand new TowStar radial ST 215/75R-14 tires on the galvanized trailer this week. So, we really do mean … ‘ready to GO!’
Priced fairly and reasonably, you can get a jump on the season with this one.
Bayliner 21’ Trophy 1990
LOA; 20’ 6”
Beam; 8’ 0”
Draft; 2’ 11” (drive lifted 1’ 7”)
Bridge Clearance; 6’ 4”
Weight; 3,450 lbs.
Headroom; 6’ 2”
Fuel tank – Aluminum 86 gal.
Water tank – Poly 13 gal.
MerCruiser 3.0 TKS Alpha I, 140 hp [less than 30 hrs.]
Honda trolling motor; 9.9 Four Stroke
‘Express’ galvanized dual axle trailer 1990. Four new tires (3/2019).
New wiring and trailer lights 10/2018.
The 12v. winch assist motor is not operable – problem could simply be the plug end – use the hand crank.
Trailer licensed and registered thru Oct. 2019
Fully enclosed cabin with hardtop and double sliding windows
Sleeps two or three adults comfortably in cuddy and converted settee
Vee berth with center insert and three storage compartments
Full 6’ plus length on port side berth beneath cabin in cuddy
Dinette settee converts to 6’ berth
‘Red Dot’ forced air cabin heat (engine circulating)
Two-burner alcohol stove top
Hand pump cold water for galley sink
HELM and ELECTRONICS:
Ritchie 3” helm compass
Furuno Radar Model 1621 Mark-2, 16 mile range
Garmin GPS-Map 128 location
Raytheon 1750 fish finder/depth sounder
Standard Horizon GX 1220S – VHF radio
Realistic TRC-435 CB radio
USMarine model ‘Bay-1’ Cabin stereo AM/FM
Speed, tachometer, voltmeter, oil pres. and water temp. helm gauges
Two Group 24 deep cycle house and start batteries
DECK and ACCESSORIES:
Locking aft cabin door
Boat Leveler Co. trim tabs
Two 12v. bilge pumps (cabin and engine compartment)
Aft cockpit bait well with circulating pump
Danforth style 12 lb anchor with chain and line rode
Bow pulpit with anchor roller
Small tool box with fuses, switches, bulbs, etc.
Spare new engine belts along with oil, lube and coolant, distr. cap, etc.
Spare hull zincs, hoses, and misc. small fittings
Two fire extinguishers
Handheld flares and flare gun dry box
Two adult life jackets
Mooring lines, fenders, boat pole
Stainless bow and aft cockpit rails
Engine box seating cushion
Outboard ‘flush muffs’ for main and kicker
Engine shop manual and operator’s manuals for all equipment
Teak oil and Interlux enamel paint on exterior cabin bulkhead done this week…!
Penn Dahmer 6’ 6” saltwater rod and reel
Spare Penn reel
Tackle box full of the usual gear; line, leaders, weights, etc.
Built-in lure and tackle three drawer storage box in aft cockpit
Rod holders for cockpit and ‘rocket launchers’ on stbd. house
Rod storage in locking cabin
Bulwarks mounting bracket for downrigger
Evergreen Pacific ‘Washington Fishing Guide’