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  • Bryant Boats no wood construction timeline question

    Looking at a 1993 Bryant 200 bowrider and was wondering when Bryant went to no wood construction? Seems to me most boat companies that got away from wood did so in the late 90's and early 2000's. On the great lakes, I have never heard of Bryant Boats before. My son lives in Knoxville, TN now and Bryant Boats comes up as a well built boat. Any help would be appreciated.

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    Re: Bryant Boats no wood construction timeline question

    Not sure of the answer to your question, but there is a website operated by a loyal group of Bryant owners http://www.bryantboatowners.com/forum/portal.php and I am sure that someone on that site will be able to provide the answer.

    I purchased a 2000 Bryant 214 a year ago and absolutely love it. I have owned Four Winns and Starcraft boats in the past and my Bryant surpasses both in quality and performance. The Bryant owner's site can provide you lots of information and insight into this great boat manufacturer.

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