1983 Sea Nymph Values, Specs and Prices

Select a 1983 Sea Nymph Model

Sea Nymph Note

No longer in production. For further information, see Lowe Ind.

(1998 - 1976)

POWER BOATS

Length
Model
Type
Hull
Engine(s)
HP
Weight
(lbs)
Beam
Fuel
Type

Big Water Series

14-R BIG WATER 14 14' UTL AL 0 0 175 5'2"

Coho Series

16R COHO 16 16' UTL AL 0 0 300 6'

Fish & Ski Series

SS-150-BL LAKE SPORT 15' OUTBD AL 0 0 675 6'10"
SS-150-Y LAKE SPORT 15' OUTBD AL 0 0 680 6'10"
SS-155 FISH & SKI 15' OUTBD AL 0 0 700 6'10"
SS-165 FISH-FUN-SKI 16' OUTBD AL 0 0 610 6'
SS-171-BL SKI SPORT 17' OUTBD AL 0 0 650 6'10"
SS-171-BR SKI SPORT 17' OUTBD AL 0 0 660 6'10"
SS-175-BL FISH & SKI 17' OUTBD AL 0 0 800 6'10"
SS-175-BR FISH & SKI 17' OUTBD AL 0 0 800 6'10"

Fishing Machine Series

FM-144 PIKE ATTACKER 14' OUTBD AL 0 0 340 5'6"
FM-152 FISHING MACHINE 15' OUTBD AL 0 0 280 6'
FM-160 FISHING MACHINE 16' OUTBD AL 0 0 620 6'
FM-161 FISHING MACHINE 16' OUTBD AL 0 0 550 6'
FM-164-BL PIKE ATTACKER 16' OUTBD AL 0 0 500 6'
FM-164-BR PIKE ATTACKER 16' OUTBD AL 0 0 510 6'

Muskie Series

14-M MUSKIE 14 14' UTL AL 0 0 220 5'6"

Sidewinder Series

SC-170 FISH TRACKER 17' OUTBD AL 0 0 700 6'10"

Striper Series

CC-170 BASS STRIPER 17' OUTBD AL 0 0 750 6'10"
CC-171 BAY STRIPER 17' OUTBD AL 0 0 700 6'10"
CC-191 STRIPER 19' OUTBD AL 0 0 1000 7'5"

Traveler Jon Series

JB-143-BL FISH-N-JON 14' UTL AL 0 0 410 5'8"
JHL-14 H/D JON W/LIVEWEL 14' UTL AL 0 0 180 4'8"
JX-14 BIG JON 14' UTL AL 0 0 280 6'
JXL-14 BIG JON W/LIVEWEL 14' UTL AL 0 0 300 6'
JB-160-BL BASS-N-JON 16' OUTBD AL 0 0 400 5'7"
JB-160-R BASS-N-JON 16' OUTBD AL 0 0 410 5'7"
JB-161-BL BASS-N-JON 16' OUTBD AL 0 0 400 5'7"
JB-161-R BASS-N-JON 16' OUTBD AL 0 0 420 5'7"
JB-164-BL BASS ATTACKER 16' OUTBD AL 0 0 600 6'
JB-164-BR BASS ATTACKER 16' OUTBD AL 0 0 610 6'
JB-164-R BASS ATTACKER 16' OUTBD AL 0 0 620 6'
JX-16 BIG JON 16' UTL AL 0 0 300 6'
JXL-16 BIG JON W/LIVEWEL 16' UTL AL 0 0 330 6'
Founded in 1946 as a producer for aluminum fishing boats, Sea Nymph was eventually acquired by Lowe Boats. Sea Nymph ended production as a distinct boat brand in 1999, but the name continued usage for years within the Lowe boat line-up. Through the 1970s into the 1990s, the Sea Nymph name was connected to a wide variety of boat styles including fish and ski as well as cabin cruiser models.