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  1. Crestliner

    Crestliner

    Year: 1977
    Condition: Used
    Boat location:
    Red Bank, New Jersey, United States
    $2,900
  2. Crestliner

    Crestliner

    Year: 1995
    Condition: Used
    Boat location:
    Carriere, Mississippi, United States
    $6,000
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  4. Crestliner

    Crestliner

    Year: 1977
    Condition: Used
    Boat location:
    Red Bank, New Jersey, United States
    $2,900
  5. Crestliner

    Crestliner

    Year: 1995
    Condition: Used
    Boat location:
    Carriere, Mississippi, United States
    $6,000
  6. Crestliner

    Crestliner

    Year: 1995
    Condition: Used
    Boat location:
    Carriere, Mississippi, United States
    $6,000
  7. Crestliner Jon\row

    Crestliner Jon\row

    Year: 1962
    Condition: Used
    Boat location:
    Richmond, Kentucky, United States
    $325
  8. Crestliner

    Crestliner

    Year: 1994
    Condition: Used
    Boat location:
    Cleveland, Texas, United States
    $9,000
  9. Crestliner Muskie 18

    Crestliner Muskie 18

    Year: 1973
    Condition: Used
    Boat location:
    Brookfield, Wisconsin, United States
    $2,800

Shipyard Crestliner was founded on December 12, 1946 in the town of Little Falls, PCs Minnesota, on the East Bank of the Mississippi river, the First vessel built was aluminum fishing boat, which was as hard as it is sustainable. Already in the first year of its existence the company, named Aluminium Boat Company, received from sales of vessels $135.000.

In 1948, the new management has renamed the company Larson Watercraft, Inc. Business was going well, and the quality of the courts became better and better. By the mid-1950s, the shipyard has expanded, and in 1955 the court all models received the name Crestliner, became the name of the company on September 16, 1957.

In 1957 in the model range Crestliner appeared court of fiberglass, and the shipyard was again extended for new production needs. In 1960 Crestliner was sold to the new York Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Company that over the years of ownership has increased production area.

In 1964 Crestliner was bought Fiber Glass Body of the Company of Ohio. Manufacture of ships from fibreglass in this time of increasingly prevailed, although the construction of models of aluminium continued. In the same year for the first time introduced the new revolutionary technology - welding. It completely solved the problem of flow of the courts and made their body smooth and well-recognizable, as well as more sustainable in bad weather.

In subsequent years Crestliner was replaced by two owners, while in 1988 was not a part of the company Genmar. Based on extensive knowledge in the field of shipbuilding, Genmar contributed to the emergence of a new tradition of quality aluminum vessels. To be a leader in the field of design of vessels for fishing and water skiing in 1989 Crestliner has stopped manufacture of ships from fibreglass and focused on innovative welding of aluminum.

By 1991 tselnosbornye, without a single rivet, housing Crestliner completely changed the idea of aluminum boats. Next year Crestliner presented and pontoons, created with the same skill level. The plant, once producing ships from fibreglass, has been converted for the construction of pontoons.

The welded pontoon tubes Crestliner were independent, sealed bulkheads, vented top for more security in case of leaks. Decks are wide, the layout is spacious and the furniture is comfortable.

In addition, rounded corners and painted pipes made Crestliner pontoon well recognizable. Crestliner set new standards for the production of pontoons from the beginning and since then remained their most innovative Builder. In the summer of 2005 Crestliner was bought by Brunswick, making it the world's largest manufacturer of boats for recreation. Commitment Crestliner welding technology has allowed the development of aluminum extruded shapes, which gave the courts Crestliner additional integrity and completeness. In 2008 Crestliner revised lineup pontoons and presented a modernized products and new models. Crestliner continues to grow and develop. Today in the model range Crestliner fishing and sport fishing boats with length from 4.4 to 7 m, working boats and boats with length from 3 to 6.1 m and pontoon yachts from 5.5 to 8.4 m