Crestliner Boats has announced the all-new Super Hawk series

Crestliner Boats

Oct 24, 2023

Crestliner Boats has announced the redesign and launch of the all-new Super Hawk series bringing a fresh new look and design, more fishing features and a more comfortable boat model to the fishing world.

With length variations from 17-19 feet and starting at $45,500 USD, the reimagined Super Hawk models are built for any adventure on the water. Whether you are trying to hook an elusive small mouth bass or taking your family for an activity filled day on the water, the Super Hawk combines the ultimate comfort with cutting-edge design and performance. Additional features include:

· A redesigned console with low profile gauges, amble space for mounted electronics and integrated tool holders
· Sleek interior design with updated vinyl patterns and graphics
· Bow conversion kit to give options for a full fishing deck or open bow for a more “runabout” feel
· Mid-raised rod locker
· Deep sidewalls and raised cockpit for improved comfort and safety

The updated models feature the award-winning Active Performance Hull or AP-X Hull, which is the latest in Deep-V innovation and unique to Crestliner. It is the first of its kind for aluminum boats. The recessed pad design features dual tracking edges to quickly get on plane and actively channel water to the prop for maximum fuel efficiency and improved engine performance. All Super Hawk models come equipped with Mercury engines. Boat drivers and passengers alike will experience the difference in synergy with the AP-X Hull and Mercury high-performance handling. The all-new Super Hawks get on plane faster and allows for better visibility.

“The Super Hawk model has long been a favorite among fishing and boating enthusiasts,” said Jason Oakes, General Manager of Crestliner Boats. “This redesign elevates the performance and design without sacrificing the unique components that have made it special throughout the years. The incorporation of the AP-X Hull, redesigned console and a fresh new interior creates an experience everyone will enjoy.”

The 1750, 1850 and 1950 Super Hawks are now available at dealers nationwide. To learn more about the all-new Super Hawk lineup visit


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