The Crestliner 1750 Fish Hawk SE is one of our most capable 17-foot multispecies fishing boat. With an innovative gunnel and spacious console, this boat gives you a stellar fishing experience. If you’re looking for a break from fishing, an optional ski pylon on the jump-seat configuration gives you a simple way to enjoy your favorite towing activities. And with a powerful engine producing a 150 hp max capacity, you and up to five friends will be ready to take on the day.
PAYMENTS AS LOW AS
*$1,500 DOWN | 6.25% APR FOR 12 YEARS.
*Factory installed prices shown. All prices are in US Dollars and do not include dealer freight, prep, tariffs, fees, taxes and registration. Prices listed are intended only as a guideline and are subject to change. Dealer alone sets the final purchase price. See dealer for details.
Crestliner's longstanding promise to deliver superior durability, exceptional design and unmatched value is a commitment we don't take lightly. As part of that commitment, we stand by our product with a warranty that is unmatched by competitors. For additional information about our warranty, and how to transfer coverage to a new owner, see the list of Warranty Documents.
Crestliner boats, from model year 2010 and newer, have a warranty that may be transferred to subsequent owners. To transfer any remaining portions of your Crestliner warranty, please register your pre-owned Crestliner. To register your warranty information with Crestliner, print and complete the Warranty Transfer form and mail it in to Crestliner within 90 days of purchase, along with a copy of the Bill of Sale or Title, and a $250 warranty transfer fee. The check or money order should be made payable to Crestliner.
Warranty on Crestliner CR Jon boats may not be transferred.
For more information on warranties, contact your local Crestliner dealer.
1650 DISCOVERY SC
STARTING AT $14,272
1750 SUPER HAWK
STARTING AT $40,288
STARTING AT $18,245
With thick high-quality aluminum and all-welded strength, every Crestliner hull is ready to withstand the harshest of waters and the worst weather conditions.