is world-famous for being premier in recreational boating and a member of the Brunswick Boat Group. Bayliner creates boats in runabout, deck boat, and cruiser lines using a fiberglass lamination process to ensure quality. With four separate manufacturing facilities, Bayliner is a large employer in several low population areas in North America. In Pipestone, Minnesota, Bayliner deckboats and classic versions of runabouts are constructed. Bayliner’s outboard boats and runabouts from 18 to 22 feet in length are built in Cumberland, Maryland. Two popular boat models are rendered in the Reynosa, Mexico facility, and Roseburg, Oregon makes Bayliners from 22 to 30 feet in length. The complete set of Bayliner models range from a 16 foot, 2 inch runabout to a 31 foot, 6 inch cruiser. is the world's largest manufacturer of recreational boats. Established in 1957 by Orin Edson, Bayliner currently has over 400 dealers in over 60 countries around the world. The company operates as part of the Brunswick Boat Group, a division of the Brunswick Corporation. Bayliner was acquired by Brunswick from Orin Edson in 1986 for $425 million. Bayliner also has a plant in Portugal for the European market and in Brasil for the South American market. Bayliner offers 25 different boat models, with the most popular being the 175 Bowrider, a favorite among first-time boat buyers.