I've never seen an actual CE classification on a Brunswick express cruiser (Bayliner, Searay, Maxum) printed or published anywhere.
Defintely NOT Class B. Class C would be the most appropriate classification. I've had our 2800 out in 30+ kt winds and 8 foot seas. I would not want to see Class B conditions.
Category A (Ocean): covers largely self-sufficient boats designed for extended voyages with winds of over Beaufort Force 8 (over 40 knots), and significant wave heights above 13 feet, but excluding abnormal conditions such as hurricanes.
Category B (Offshore): includes boats operating offshore with winds to 40 knots and significant seas to 13 feet.
Category C (Inshore): is for boats operating in coastal waters and large bays and lakes with winds to Force 6, up to 27 knots, and significant seas 7 feet high.
Category D (Inland or sheltered coastal waters): is for boats in small lakes and rivers with winds to Force 4 and significant wave heights to 18 inches.