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Brief Summary

The Crestliner 2150 is the largest Sportfish model in the builder's aluminum line. She has convertible seating and option packages to deliver proficient fishing and family cruising capabilities all in one. Choose the SST (Space Saving Transom) transom with cut-away step or the OB transom. A lengthy list of outboard power options gives this versatile boat even more influence on the water and increases her usefulness. To make the event more personal, the builder offers a simple and easy means of customizing the boat with paint and graphics, along with a long options list.

Key Features

  • Wrap-around console with custom panels
  • Carpet, 16 oz. marine-grade with Limited Lifetime Warranty treated panel
  • Jump stern seat
  • 7 pedestal floor bases
  • Convertible bow with port and starboard bases and backrest cushions
  • Open storage with removable 20 can cooler
  • Lockable rod storage with topside quick access storage
  • 14 gal. stern aerated livewell with timer and recirculating system
  • Shoreland'r trailer
  • Specifications

    Length Overall 22' 11''
    6.99 m
    Beam 102''
    2.59 m
    Dry Weight 2,388 lbs.
    1,083 kg
    Tested Weight N/A
    Draft N/A
    - Draft Up N/A
    - Draft Down N/A
    - Air Draft N/A
    Deadrise/Transom 17-deg.
    Max Headroom open
    Bridge Clearance N/A
    Weight Capacity N/A
    Person Capacity N/A
    Fuel Capacity 54 gal.
    204 L
    Water Capacity N/A
    Length on Trailer N/A
    Height on Trailer N/A
    Trailer Weight N/A
    Total Weight
    (Trailer, Boat, & Engine)

    Prices, features, designs, and equipment are subject to change. Please see your local dealer or visit the builder's website for the latest information available on this boat model.

    Engine Options

    Std. Power Not Available
    Tested Power Currently no test numbers
    Opt. Power 9 engine options from 175-hp to 300-hp
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    Captain's Report

    Crestliner 2150 Sportfish
    The all-aluminum construction supplies anglers with a durable and lightweight rig.

    Features Inspection

    Crestliner 2150 Sportfish
    The overhead view shows how six adults can sit in the cockpit; four in the swivel seats and two in the transom jumpers. The overhead view shows the SST configuration with cut-away step, non-skid swim platform and under-mount ladder.

    Fishing and Cruising

    The boat offers capacity for 10 people or 2,400 lbs. (1,089 kg), but seats 8 with dedicated locals. The cockpit has four removable pedestal seats that can be moved to either of the two aft decks or the single bow deck mount sockets for fishing from these two raised platforms.

    The convertible bow area

    is designed for multi-use with a three-seat bow and wraparound backrests on the two console-abutting seats. One simple step converts the bow into a room fishing platform. Three storage lockers are flushed to the floor, an aerated 14-gallon livewell, along with anchor and tackle storage. When not being used for fishing, quickly convert the bow to a sun lounge with the optional platform filler cushions.

    Crestliner 2150 Sportfish
    The bow-casting platform assembled and ready to fish.
    Crestliner 2150 Sportfish
    The bow area is now converted to an entertainment and lounge space…
    Crestliner 2150 Sportfish
    …and here it has the filler cushions installed for a sun pad.

    The cockpit

    configuration uses the boats available space thoroughly with removable pedestal seats and a long bench at the transom. Side coaming compartments deliver lockable storage space for rods and other valuables, while a main floor locker can accommodate additional rods or even wake boards and other toys. Add the custom J-Hook hammock for a lounging option.

    Crestliner 2150 Sportfish
    Looking down the centerline of the boat, one can see the utilitarian appeal of the cockpit.

    The dual console layout uses a minimalist approach to the helm and companion side stations, but does not skimp on functionality. On the companion side, a pod style glove box provides dry storage space for personal items, while the recessed footwell offers a nook for a 20 can removable cooler. Each console stows trolling motor batteries conveniently out of the way.


    For the pilot, a pod style gauge cluster gives analog engine information and the dash panel has room for a pod mounted fishfinder and chartplotter. Hydraulic steering and a tilt wheel come standard for improved pilot comfort. For entertainment, the 2150 Sportfish is fitted with a Jenson stereo with USB port and two speakers.

    Crestliner 2150 Sportfish
    The optional table and recliner seats with armrests for the captain and companion makes for a comfortable upgrade to the 2150 Sportfish.
    Crestliner 2150 Sportfish
    The converted aft casting deck supplies nearly beam-width bench seating. Add the custom J-Hook hammock for additional lounging options.
    Crestliner 2150 Sportfish
    The stern offers a second 14 gallon aerated livewell with recirculation and four storage lockers.


    Thanks to her all-aluminum welded construction, the 2150 Sportfish is slightly lighter than a fiberglass boat of equal size, and can be powered with a maximum 300 horsepower engine with a top speed of 58.6 MPH. For serious anglers you can add a 15 horsepower kicker. The aluminum alloy hull bottom and transom use .125” thick sheet stock, while the hull sides incorporate .090” thick stock for durability. A full length, extruded keel detail, along with a pair of reverse chines with spray deflectors are welded to the bottom running surface. The gunnels feature the integrated SureMount and J-hook systems for mounting a large choice of specialty holders for a variety of personal accessories.


    The 2150 Sportfish is available with 9 different outboard propulsion options supplied by Mercury Marine and range in power from 175 to 300 horsepower. Both 2 and 4-stroke configurations are available to suit the boater’s application. The 2-stroke line-up includes the Mercury 175XL, 200XL, 225XL and 250XL Pro XS OptiMax, while the 4-stroke power is delivered from the 175XL, 200XL and 225XL Verados, or the 250XL or 300XL Verado Pro Series.

    Crestliner 2150 Sportfish
    We liked the long list of engine options and the built-in transom steps, which make water access much easier.


    We have not yet tested the Crestliner 2150 Sportfish.

    Standard Equipment

    This a partial list of standard equipment--

    • Wrap-around console with custom panels

    • Wrap-around windshield with safety glass

    • Tilt steering

    • Standard speedometer, tachometer/voltmeter and trim gauges with pre-rig

    • 7 pedestal floor bases

    • 4 Pro fishing with pedestal seats

    • Helm seat slider

    • Lockable, center, in-floor rod/ski storage with 8' of capacity

    • Jensen MS30, AM/FM, USB stereo with 2 speakers

    • 11 standard base accent colors

    • Optional paint and graphics with Angler's Edge Wrap and Mad Fish Graphics Package

    • Starboard console with lit rocker switches, 2 drink holders, 12V power outlet, throw tray and MP3 cubby

    • Vinyl wrapped side storage

    • Pro Seats

    • In-floor storage

    • Safety toe holds

    • Convertible platforms

    Options to Consider

    For fishing, the contender package adds a few minor upgrades like a battery charger and rod racks, but to really equip the boat right, additional items like a trolling motor set-up and fish finding electronics are a must. The Sport package adds a ski pylon and a swim platform with ladder, so it is also a wise choice. Certainly adding the cockpit table, Infinity premium speakers and a raw water washdown system would complete the package and would be on our list of important upgrades.

    Standard and Optional Features

    Marine Electronics

    Fishfinder Optional


    Battery Charger/Converter Optional
    CD Stereo Standard
    Shore Power Standard
    Washdown: Fresh Water Optional

    Exterior Features

    Carpet: Cockpit Standard
    Swim Ladder Optional
    Swim Platform Optional


    Full Canvas Optional


    Full Warranty Information on this brand coming soon!

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