Oct 25, 2021

Princecraft Sport 182Adding to the highly sought-after Sport Series, Princecraft® Boats has announced the launch of the Sport 182, combining uncompromised fishing and family-friendly features to bring the best of both to consumers. Ranging from 17’ - 18’, the Sport Series was designed to promote family fun with a focus on safety and comfort, and the new Sport 182 will provide consumers with added features to maximize their time on the water.

“We are thrilled to continue building on the positive momentum we’ve received from the Sport Series lineup in the marketplace with the addition of the Sport 182,” said Rodier Grondin, Princecraft® President. “Consistent the Sport lineup, the Sport 182 will offer a robust set of features that will come standard offering our consumers maximum value at an inclusive price point.”

The Sport 182 was designed with direct feedback from Princecraft partners and consumers featuring a new hull that is wider at the bow and stern offering boaters’ ample space throughout the cockpit for entertaining. Additionally, thoughtful features for anglers include an oversized livewell at the stern and bow, as well as rod holder storage and insulated cooler, so anglers can make the most of their time on the water.

“The voice of our customers drives our research and product development, and the Sport 182 was designed to appeal to our customers' needs and evolving preferences,” continued Grondin. “The Sport 182 is the first of many exciting launches planned for this year and beyond, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to officially introduce this new model to the marketplace.”

The Sport 182 is available in three color choices – Black, Grey and Blue – and is powered by a Mercury Marine 115 or 150 Mercury engine. Additionally, the Sport 182 comes standard with a galvanized trailer to provide consumers with a seamless and inclusive purchase experience.

To learn more, visit: princecraft.com.

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