Specifications

length overall (loa) 16' 2"
beam 7' 5"
deadrise N/A
estimated draft 12"
fuel capacity 18 gal
max people capacity 5
max hp rating 80 HP

Our new Element F16 takes the high value equation to a new level. By combining the exceptional stability of our innovative M-Hull design with a feature-packed deck plan and a head-turning base price, we're out to turn more families on to affordable fishing. This sharp, 16-foot center console blends affordability, versatility and fishability like few boats you'll find. So climb aboard one today, and discover there are still places you CAN get more for your money.


Similar Models

The latest in our VR Series of highly evolved bowriders, the VR4 is easy to tow, launch and store and really fun to use. The smallest VR Series model delivers plenty of interior space thanks to our BeamForward design, which carries the full beam further forward for more comfort and capacity than traditional pointed bows. Our AftAdvantage design increases the rear seating area by shifting it to the aft-most point of the running surface, allowing the swim platform to extend beyond that. That means more room for comforts like movable backrests for versatile seating configurations, available bow wind block and optional filler cushion that together create an additional bow seat, optional sun pad cushion inserts that expand the sunbathing area, and plenty of convenient storage throughout.

This time-tested design is one of our most popular. Its outboard power gives you increased cockpit space and quiet, fuel-efficient performance. The layout gives you the room and storage capacity to take the people and gear you need for a day on the water.

 

The VR5 builds on Bayliner's proven V-bottom bowrider heritage, while adding form AND function. Forward, the boat employs Bayliner's category-leading BeamForward design, which carries the full 8 feet of beam further forward in the boat than has been traditionally done. The self-bailing cockpit features Bayliner's new AftAdvantage design that increases the aft seating area by extending it to the aft most point of the running surface, then adding the swim platform at the end of the running surface. This keeps the platform apart from the usable interior space, rather than encroaching on it regardless of whether you choose outboard or sterndrive power. The result is a boat that maximizes space and value like never before.