Coastline 2110

The modified-V hull with its shallow draft makes accessing shallow water easier, while its higher freeboard and sharper bow entry offer a smooth ride.

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Action Craft

Action Craft has long been known for its innovative designs, quality and serious coastal fishing machines. The company's spirit of innovation and quality stands out in its new Coastline 2110 Coastal Bay. Even the look is different for Action Craft. The sweeping sheer line and broad bow are not just stylish, they're functional, too.

Construction of the 2110 begins with a vinylester resin barrier coat used in laminates to guard against blisters from moisture absorption. The all-composite ''wood-free'' construction, including a new precision-built fiberglass stringer grid system, strengthens the hull and deck for a lifetime of use.

With a higher bow, more freeboard than many bay boats and built-in foam compartments, the 2110 will safely and comfortably take you into deeper waters. Action Craft's patented Qui-Dry hull design ensures both a quiet and a dry ride. In addition, the 2110 features Action Craft's high-performance stepped Pocket Drive hull that allows you to mount the engine higher than in a typical application. Not only does this improve your hole-shot, but it also means the boat can run in shallower water.

The wide, flared bow gives you plenty of room on the forward casting deck and adds to the boat's stability and dry ride. The modified-V hull with its shallow draft makes accessing shallow water easier, while its higher freeboard and sharper bow entry offer a smooth ride.

Standard features include hydraulic steering, a lockable rod locker, a bow anchor and rope locker, stainless-steel hardware, and a selection of two-tone colors and graphics. The family-friendly layout includes over 55 cubic feet of dry storage compartments. In addition, a huge 42-gallon release well is built into the aft casting deck, and there's a 22-gallon livewell in the seat just forward of the center console. This seat/well combination is covered with a nonskid top, which means it can also be used as an elevated casting platform.