Sea Pro 199 CC

New attitude.

By Ken Kreisler

The distinctive and highly recognizable Sea Pro logo on the aft corners of the 199 CC means you can be sure of performance, innovation and value.

Photos Courtesy of Sea Pro

You also get peace of mind, courtesy of a well-built boat covered by one of the marine industry’s leading warranties.

“We use only top-quality resin, fiberglass and gelcoats in every model, regardless of size,” says Mike Youngblood, national sales manager for Sea Pro Boats.

The Sea Pro 199 CC’s South Carolina heritage is built to take the rigors of any kind of fishing you may wish. She is equally at home as a family dayboat, able to deliver fun and enjoyment on the water. And that is something veteran boaters Lisa Stressler and Randy Grow, the proud owners of a 199 CC, can readily attest to.

“We would try not to step on land if we had the choice,” Stressler says. “We are big boat users and wanted something to plunk around in. She is easily trailered, stable underway, handles rough water well, and is set up for fishing with plenty of room for seven.”

The Sea Pro 199 CC is loaded with standard features, including Audison sound equipment and Simrad electronics, SeaStar power assist steering with 150-hp engines and up, manifold drain systems and high-volume cockpit drains, and “Sea Pro Connect” by Boat Fix — an app-based telematics system that monitors your boat remotely with a 24/7 customer service hotline.

You can also dress up your 199 CC with such options as a fiberglass T-top, a choice of nine hull colors, underwater lights, a removable bow table, outriggers and additional rod holders.

“Our 199 CC fills the niche for entry-level or in-the-know boaters,” Stressler says. “We did our research and knew what we wanted.”


  • LOA: 19’9″
  • Beam: 8’3″
  • Draft: 13″
  • Dry Weight (w/out motor: 2,500 lbs.
  • Fuel Capacity: 60 gals
  • Max Power: 175 hp
  • MSRP: Contact dealer
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