2007 Triumph Boats Values, Specs and Prices

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Triumph Boats Note

No information available for 2010. For information prior to 2002, see Logic Marine Corporation.

Model Note

(*)Includes the value of the outboard motor and trailer.
(Model years 2017 - 2002)

POWER BOATS

Length
Model
Type
Hull
Engine(s)
HP
Weight
(lbs)
Beam
Fuel
Type
120 SDCC/CC(*) 12' OUTBD PS 1 25 450 5'7" Gasoline
150 CC(*) 15' OUTBD PS 1 60 875 6'5" Gasoline
170 CC(*) 17' OUTBD PS 1 75 1100 6'5" Gasoline
170/DL(*) 17' OUTBD PS 1 75 1030 6'5" Gasoline
190 BAY/CC(*) 19' OUTBD PS 1 150 1800 8'1" Gasoline
191 FS(*) 19' OUTBD PS 1 150 1850 8'2" Gasoline
195 CC(*) 20' OUTBD PS 1 150 2000 8'2" Gasoline
195/DL(*) 20' OUTBD PS 1 150 2000 8'2" Gasoline
215 CC(*) 22' OUTBD PS 1 200 2300 8'6" Gasoline
215 TOURNAMENT EDITION(*) 22' OUTBD PS 1 200 2300 8'6" Gasoline
Producing a line-up of center console, walk around, tiller and bow riders, Triumph Boats advertise themselves as the manufacturer of “The World’s Toughest Boats”. Vessels built by Triumph Boats range in lengths from 12 to 22 feet. Built with polymer hulls, the watercraft produced by Triumph Boats are said to be five times more impact resistant than fiberglass construction. Founded under Genmar Industries Incorporated, Triumph Boats was originally founded under the name Logic Marine. In late 2011, Genmar Industries Incorporated sold Triumph Boats to a Minnesota owner.