Length (ft/in): 21'7"
Beam (ft/in): 8'4"
Bottom width (ft/in): 6'5"
Max recommended HP: 400
Fuel capacity (gal): 64
Max capacity (persons): 6
Max weight (lbs): 1,200
Max person, motor and gear weight (lbs): 2,500
Interior depth (in): 25"
Transom height (in): 28"
Deadrise (degrees): 18°
Draft (in): 18"
Average dry weight (lbs): 2,900
Average package weight (lbs): 5,500
Package height (ft/in): 6'9"
Package width (ft/in): 8'6"
Towing length (ft/in): 27'11"
Storage length (ft/in): 24'7"
Flotation meets or exceeds NMMA and U.S. Coast Guard requirements
EPA-compliant fuel system
Anti-fatigue matting below bow and cockpit carpet
Gunnels designed to maximize interior space and fishing room
3 stainless steel drink holders
4 stainless steel pull-up cleats
Stainless steel bow and stern eyes
Passenger grab handle
Bow 5.5-gal. (20.82 L) insulated baitwell with removable bucket
Aft 26-gal. (98.42 L) insulated GUARDIAN, anti-slosh and rotomolded livewell with removable divider, bait bucket and rounded corners
Two 500 GPH (1,892.71 LPH) aerator/fill pumps with timers (1 for baitwell, 1 for livewell)
Two 750 GPH (2,839.06 LPH) recirculator pumps with timers (1 for baitwell, 1 for livewell)
Pump-out systems (baitwell and livewell)
Oxygen generators (baitwell and livewell)
Livewell lid latching to keep lid closed at speed and in rough conditions
Insulated aluminum lids with welded corners
Minn Kota Terrova 36V, 112-lb. (50.80 kg) thrust, 60" (1.52 m) composite shaft, foot-control trolling motor with Bluetooth and Universal Sonar 2
Trolling motor pedal recess
Lowrance Elite-7 TI2 Combo RAM-mounted fishfinder with GPS
Touchscreen switch panel with 1-touch boat controls including First Fish, Nite Mode, master power, trim, lighting, bilge, livewells and more
Key fob remote with First Fish, Nite Mode, master power on/off and trim
First Fish feature fills and recirculates livewell with 1 touch for stress-free livewell prep
Hydraulic steering with custom tilt wheel
Heavy-duty molded, tinted windscreens
Custom-molded port and starboard modular consoles with 2-tone gelcoat scheme
Oversized carpeted, lockable port glovebox
Below-console footrest with non-skid mat
Port and starboard below-console shelves
SmartCraft link gauges with Mercury monitor
Side-mounted LED courtesy light
Space to mount additional electronics
Bike seat with hydraulic pedestal
Attwood Centric X folding molded fishing seat with hydraulic pedestal
Attwood Centric X driver and passenger seats
Stainless steel bow and aft rails (port and starboard)
Bow port and starboard lockers with lift assists
Bow port cooler with removable tray
Bow and aft lockable storage compartments
3-level center rod locker for rods up to 8&39; (2.44 m) with tapered rod tubes to protect rod tips
Between-console foldout storage drawer with two 3600 tackle boxes
Extra-large integrated port net holder
Passenger rod ramp with rod handle organizer and hold-down strap
Port and starboard midship insulated storage boxes designed to accept tackle trays
Midship in-floor storage for batteries
Starboard tool holder
2 lift-out, molded aft storage boxes that will each accept seven 3700 tackle trays
Easy access to rigging and pumps
Insulated aluminum lids with welded corners
24-oz. (.68 kg) plush, marine-grade, cut pile carpet on decks and floor
Room to RAM-mount additional electronics at bow
Stainless steel lockable latches
Deep V performance hull with RAPID PLANING SYSTEM (RPS) transom
3" (7.62 cm) Rand R Design Slidemaster adjustable jack plate (Verado only)
Lifting strakes to maximize overall handling and performance
Transom designed for Kicker motor application
Stainless steel propeller
100% composite deck core with superior thermal stability and strength-to-weight ratio
Deck and hull chemically bonded and mechanically fastened
Gelcoated stringer/liner system
Foam-filled hull for optimal buoyancy and safety
Full-width fiberglass-encapsulated composite transom
Hand-laid, heavy-duty performance hull with reinforced sides
Emergency boarding ladder
Stowable navigation lights
Bow panel with trolling motor receptacle, navigation light, anchor light and trim switches
Redundant automatic bilge pump system with dual 1,600 GPH (6,056.66 LPH) pumps
Heavy-duty Interstate starting battery
3 heavy-duty Interstate trolling batteries
4-bank, 35-amp onboard battery charger with exterior receptacle
6-gauge trolling motor wiring with 50-amp circuit breaker
Automotive style, labeled fuse panel with cover
Manual LED-lighted bow storage compartments
E-Start emergency jump start system
Master power switch
Ventilation fan system in bow storage
Waterproof Deutsch gauge plugin connectors
Console-mounted 12V outlet
Custom-fit, tandem-axle NITRO trailer powder-coated with GALVASHIELD Impact corrosion and chip protection for improved durability
14" (35.56 cm) custom NITRO aluminum wheels with radial tires
Integrated boarding step with safety handle for easier boarding/reboarding at bow while boat is on trailer
Surge disc brakes on both axles
All-welded rectangular GALVASHIELD frame
Spare tire carrier with matching spare tire
Space-saving swing-away tongue to reduce storage length
1,600-lb. (725.75 kg) swing-up locking jack with swivel wheel
Heavy-duty winch with non-binding nylon strap and bow safety strap
Outboard motor support to reduce hull and transom stress while towing
Fiberglass fender design with integrated back-up lights
Carpeted bunks and fender boards to protect hull
Submersible LED lights
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