"What Are The Best Open Bow Boats?" is a question that can be answered pretty straigtforwardly. The best open bow boats are ones which take into consideration a few factors, factors such as economical value, overall fun factor, and the amenities for guests inside the boat, just to name a few. Open bow boats are a nice alternative to traditional boats: Seat some bikini-clad women in the open bows and give them each a beer in hand. Then, you are all set to go and look like a champ.
- Stingray 180RX – Bowrider. The best open bow boat has to be this Stingray model. It is an easy determination: It costs less than other open bow boats of its kind, yet it does not give an inch in the all-important department of features. With lots of features like power steering, a molded dash, full instrumentation and cockpit lighting, this Stingray 180RX epitomizes what a good, open bow boat ought to be.
- Stingray 205L. Another entry from Stingray, this open bow boat features the next-generation Z hull of the company. This model combines power and speed with creature comforts. In addition to the option of installing a V-6 engine (which will get faster performance than other boats of the same class which use V-8s), this open bow boat includes four, passenger lounge seats and two sports, bucket seats for the driver and a passenger.
- Stingray 250LR. An open bow boat on steroids, this Stingray model is powerfully fast with the ability to get over 55 miles per hour thanks to its 320 horsepower engine! Not one to neglect on-board comforts, Stingray also outfitted this model with a built in refreshment center with a sink for rinsing of dishes and glasses, the wrap-around seating in the transom and cockpit, and sunpad insert on its bow.
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