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Brief Summary

Triton introduced the 19SE in 2011 to garner a share of the premium 19-foot-class bass boat market that is as competitive as the tournament anglers who drive them. The entry proved so popular among avid bass anglers that Triton found little to tweak in the 2012 model, which maintains features that include the removable passenger console, generous storage capacity and over-sized forward casting deck.

Key Features

  • 1-Bike Seat and Power Pro-Pole
  • 1-Tempress Style Folding Fishing Seat
  • 2-Front Pedestal Locations
  • 1-Rod Buckle
  • Front Deck Drink/Bait-Holder
  • 8-Gauge Trolling Motor Wiring
  • Bow Trim Switch
  • Hi-Capacity Rear Insulated Livewell with Divider
  • Stainless Steel Capped Fittings Above Rubrail
  • Oversized Rod Lockers
  • Passenger-Side Rod Ramp
  • Locking Oversized Storage Boxes
  • Livewell Aerator Timer
  • Lowrance Mark 5X
  • Trolling Motor Foot-Control Deck Recess
  • Motorguide FW75/45"/24V
  • Specifications

    Length Overall 19' 9''
    6.02 m
    Beam 95''
    2.41 m
    Dry Weight 1,844 lbs
    836.42 kg
    Tested Weight N/A
    Draft N/A
    - Draft Up N/A
    - Draft Down N/A
    - Air Draft N/A
    Deadrise/Transom N/A
    Max Headroom open
    Bridge Clearance N/A
    Weight Capacity N/A
    Person Capacity N/A
    Fuel Capacity 46 gal.
    174 L
    Water Capacity none
    Length on Trailer N/A
    Height on Trailer N/A
    Trailer Weight N/A
    Total Weight
    (Trailer, Boat, & Engine)

    Prices, features, designs, and equipment are subject to change. Please see your local dealer or visit the builder's website for the latest information available on this boat model.

    Engine Options

    Std. Power Not Available
    Tested Power Currently no test numbers
    Opt. Power Various Mercury, Yamaha, Evinrude & Suzuki up to 225-hp

    Captain's Report

    Captain's Report by Capt. Dan Armitage

    Triton 19SE
    Performance perks and plenty of space above and below deck are attributes of the 19SE from Triton.

    Convertible Console

    While not unique to Triton, the convertible passenger console is a key feature found on the 19' (5.79 m)bass boat. And, according to marketing VP Adam Adkisson, the convertible console is one of the few areas that Triton deemed necessary to “tweak” for 2012 after the model’s introduction in 2011. Triton has replaced the latches that secured the console to the deck on the 2011 model with a new screw-in knob system for the 2012 SE. The new hardware still allows deployment or removal in less than a minute and retains the same three-points-of-contact for securing the console to the deck.

    Triton 19SE
    Anglers have the option of removing the 19SE’s passenger console, cutting wind resistance and adding elbow room.

    Notable Consoles

    Both the passenger and the operator’s consoles on the 19SE are complemented by seats set on sliders that can be adjusted six inches forward or aft to offer the most comfortable leg position. The sole beneath the helm console features a foot-well that offers more than an inch of extra room between the console and the operator’s legs. On top, the Triton’s consoles are designed to allow flush mounting of electronics with ten-inch display screens, an aesthetic, space-saving feature we haven’t found on other bass boat in the 19-foot class.

    Triton 19SE
    Even with the console removed, the angler in the port-side passenger seat still finds a grab-rail at his elbow and an angled rest and a storage compartment at his feet.

    Elbow Room

    Although the 95-inch-beam isn’t the broadest in the class, Triton appears to take advantage of every angle to offer the largest casting decks possible. There is room for two anglers up front, and a third on the aft casting deck. The decks are covered by marine carpet with seams trimmed and hidden for a clean look.

    Triton 19SE
    Space for fishermen fore and aft is a key feature aboard the 19SE from Triton.


    Underfoot up front is a pair of lockers, to port and starboard, with capacities to store items up to eight feet long. The port-side locker has racks designed to secure up to a dozen fishing rods; the locker to starboard can accommodate – if not organize -- twice that number, but without racks is able to serve as storage for a variety of items. In the center of the forward deck, where some bass boat manufacturers place the primary rod locker, are a bulk storage compartment and a bin designed to hold up to seven Plano-style tackle boxes. Two more designated tackle box lockers are found under the aft casting deck.

    Triton 19SE
    Storage lockers are found in somewhat unconventional locations aboard the new Triton


    Available engines for the 19SE range from Mercury 150- to 225-hp motors to push the 1844-pound modified-V hull to speeds in the low 70, according to Triton. The hull features traditional high-performance attributes including a pad, lifting strakes and a variable deadrise, reverse chine design. Triton’s wood-free, composite “unibody” construction unites the hull, stringers and deck using hand-laid fiberglass to reduce flex, and is backed by a full-width transom to distribute outboard weight. The rig’s standard trailer is built using tubular steel, has tandem axles with disc brakes, Vault oil bath hubs and submersible, waterproof lights. Tandem axle rigs are unusual as standard equipment

    Triton 19SE
    The Triton SE19 was designed to be powered by a 225 hp outboard, and comes with a jackplate standard.

    Standard Equipment

    Triton includes a traditional array of features as standard items with the 19SE package, including full instrumentation, dual-bank battery charger, bilge and livewell pumps (800 gph), hydraulic steering (SeaStar), navigation and deck lighting and fishfinder (Lowrance Mark 5X) and bow-mounted trolling motor (Motorguide FW75/45”/24). Notable standard items are Triton’s Res-Q retractable boarding ladder, which is hidden in the transom where it won’t snag fishing lines, and a trailer with a swing-away tongue to shorten the trailered rig from 24 to 22 feet to better fit in garages. We’d like to see a spare tire included on the standard items list. The standard package is offered with a three-year warranty on most factory installed components and a limited lifetime hull warranty to the original owner.Overall, we find this to be an impressive list of stand equipent, so when comparing bass boats you must crank that into your equation.

    Triton 19SE

    Optional Equipment

    Depth finders from Humminbird and Lowrance and electric motors from Motorguide and Minnkota lead the list of options available for the SE19. Seating, jackplate and livewell upgrades are offered, as are AGM batteries. Options also include Hot Foot throttles and Power Pole anchor systems. Trailer options include upgrades such as Gatorhyde coating, radial spare tire and second-axle surge brakes, or cost-cutting features including a channel frame and singe-axle choices. Most are covered in the three-year warranty on factory installed components.


    The fact that little was changed between the first 19SE and the model for 2012 tells us that, right out of the gate, Triton came very close to ‘nailing’ their initial 19 foot bass boat entry last year. Tournament anglers who purchased the 2011 model would have pressured the manufacturer into changing anything significantly lacking – especially if it affected their abilities to be competitive. Another plus of interest to tournament fishermen considering purchasing a boat in this class is the Triton Gold program, which rewards Mercury 225 hp-powered SE owners who win qualifying fishing competitions with contingency money. Also of note is Triton’s Local Heros and Veterans purchase program for employees of fire, police and related service departments and active duty and veteran members of the armed forces. Regardless of those incentives, we think the MSRP of $48,000 for the standard 19SE package including a Mercury 225 Pro XS Optimax is a reasonable one for tournament anglers who are serious about their ride.

    Standard and Optional Features

    Marine Electronics

    Fishfinder Optional
    GPS/Chart Optional


    Battery Charger/Converter Standard
    CD Stereo Optional
    Shore Power Standard

    Exterior Features

    Swim Ladder Standard


    Hull Warranty
    Limited Lifetime

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