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An affordable late model Bowrider that is perfect for the first timer, or seasoned veteran. Its small size of 19 feet in length and a somewhat narrow 7 feet, 11 inches in beam means less boat to handle, which will be a relief for those doing their first dance with docking. Its small size also means this boat will fit in an average garage, which is helped by a trailer with a foldaway tongue. It’s light weight of 2,650 pounds means most light SUVs or light trucks will have no problem with towing.
On the water, the 195 is built to please with ample storage and noteworthy performance.
The 195 takes advantage of a clever use of space for maximum comfort and storage potential. In fact, it has a lot of interior features that are common on larger boats.
The principal way 195 makes space is by the use of a cockpit forward design, which moves the helm and windshield forward to lengthen the cockpit. There’s enough room for two adults to stretch their legs all the way out on the port and starboard chaise lounges.
The bow also features dedicated anchor storage with an anchor hold-down and room for anchor chain and dock lines — something you wouldn’t typically expect on a boat this size. There’s also dry storage under all the bow seats for PFDs and other gear.
The helm to port houses a good-size lockable glove compartment with an AM/FM CD stereo — there’s more storage to the side beneath the gunwale. To starboard is the driver’s helm, which rests all the typical gauges in a stylish brushed metal housing. Both the port and starboard dash pods are integrated into the deck, which ensures solid, rattle-free function for years to come.
Between the dash pods is the centerpiece of storage, an oversized ski locker. It provides plenty of room for wakeboards, water skis, tubs, more PFDs and even wetsuits. The seats to port and starboard are space saving-back-to-back single bench seats, which makes dedicated space for the driver and three passengers. There’s room for two more passengers in forward-facing transom jump seats built on each side of the engine compartment.
For added comfort, the jump seats raise to create a full beam sunpad across the transom, and the port center seat folds out to create another lounger. Aft of the sunpad is an integrated swim platform with a telescoping three-rung ladder that folds into the deck under its own cover for clean stowage. The swim platform itself is more like something between a full-size platform and smaller swim step that is popular on smaller boats.
Performance wise, the 195 has plenty of top end and some noticeable appeal for family watersports, regardless of whether it’s wakeboards, water skis or tubers.
Stock Number: 14737
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