The new Bay 20 has been designed for success in order to give every angler the highest level of satisfaction. Two livewells provide 45 gallons of aerated water to keep your catch fresh. The new hull with a 10 degree deadrise gives the Bay 20 a wave-splitting smooth ride. Two-tone paint adds head-turning good looks. Coupled with the dependable power of Yamaha, this rig is ready for your next adventure.
“Quick Draw” rod storage keeps your preferred rods organized and close.
Double-wide helm seat has flip-back utility and cooler/storage under padded seat. Stainless grab rail comes in handy when the water is choppy.
Captain's helm has a double wide seat, stainless wheel w/ steering knob and handsome stain less grab rail.
Optional Minn Kota® RipTide™ trolling motor available.
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Bay 20 Standard Package:
All-aluminum, all-welded .100 gauge wide-body hull ♦ Painted two-tone White / Midnight Blue with Tuff Coat™ spray-in liner ♦ Precision fit 3” aluminum trailer by Bear® with Trail Guard® locking detachable tongue, space saving and security ♦ 14” radial tires, diamond tread step pad and tongue jack
Dry Hull Weight:
Max Weight Cap:
Number Of Persons:
15"x20" - 14G.
14"x34" - 31G.
White / Midnight Blue
* Deduct 20" from Package Length with Trail Guard tongue removed.
While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained herein, specifications and measurements are approximations and subject to variances. G3 Boats does not guarantee such accuracy and can't be held liable for any errors or any reliance upon this information. Optional equipment shown in some photographs.
Boat smart from the start, take a boating safety course and get a free vessel safety check annually for your boat. For more information, contact United States Coast Guard at www.uscgboating.org or United States Power Squadrons, 888-for-usps. Follow all instructional materials and local and federal laws. Remember to always observe all applicable boating laws. Never drink and drive. Dress properly with a USCG approved personal flotation device and protective gear. Always use your stop switch lanyard. Operate within your capabilities, allowing extra time and distance for maneuvering. Always operate in a responsible manner, respecting the environment and others around you.