Length (ft/in): 21' 1''
Beam (ft/in): 8' 6''
Bottom width (ft/in): 7' 2''
Max recommended HP: 225
Fuel capacity (gal): 46
Max capacity (persons): 10
Max person weight (lbs): 1,475
Max person, motor and gear weight (lbs): 2,300
Interior depth (in): 32.5"
Deadrise (°): 20 °
Draft (trimmed up) (in): 17"
Draft (trimmed down) (in): 32.5"
Average hull weight (lbs): 2,600
Average hull weight with motor (lbs): 3,485
Average package weight (lbs): 4,615
Bridge clearance (ft/in): 3' 10''
Bridge clearance with wakeboard tower (ft/in): 7' 7''
Package height (ft/in): 7' 11''
Package height with wakeboard tower folded (ft/in): 7' 6''
Package height with wakeboard tower (ft/in): 10' 6''
Package width (ft/in): 8' 6''
Towing length (ft/in): 27'
Storage length (ft/in): 23' 6''
EPA-compliant fuel system
Bimini top with boot, drop-down changing curtain and stainless steel frame with quick-release hardware
Stainless Steel Drink Holders
Stainless steel bow pull-up anchoring cleat
6 stainless steel pull-up mooring cleats
Stainless steel, powder-coated passenger grab rails
Bow 17-gal. (64.35 L) aerated livewell with 600 GPH (2,271.25 LPH) pump, gravity drain, adjustable spray head and dash-mounted switch
Port and starboard rod racks with organizers for four 7&39; (2.13 m) and two 10&39; (3.05 m) rods
Pre-wired to accept optional freshwater or saltwater trolling motor
Front-access, in-console storage compartment with room for optional portable toilet (works with drop-down Bimini top curtain)
Acrylic windscreen and textured brow
Area to flush-mount optional fishfinder
Water-resistant toggle switches
Stereo with Bluetooth, MP3 and USB input and 4 speakers
Console grab rail
Removable storage pouches
Mobile phone holder with 12V outlet
Space for optional 36-qt. (34.07 L) cooler under leaning post
Non-skid fiberglass floor
29-oz. (.82 kg) expanded polyester-back marine-grade UV-resistant upholstery
Wraparound bow lounge seating with 84-qt. (79.49 L) insulated storage/fishboxes below and non-skid surface to use for casting platform
Port and starboard storage/catch-all compartments
Midship port and starboard storage bins
In-floor wakeboard/ski/trolling motor storage compartment with hold-open lid assist
Leaning post with storage, powder-coated rails and 2 integrated rod holders that will accept optional backrest
Aft lounge with two 56-qt. (53.0 L) storage compartments (starboard being dry storage) and 36-qt. (34.07 L) cooler
Aft backrest storage/optional ski tow pylon storage
Walk-thru transom gate
POWERGLIDE hull design with reverse chine and HYDROSTEP strakes for increased overall performance
Hand-laid hull and stringer system for strength and durability
Finished gelcoat full-length fiberglass foam-filled stringer system bonded to the hull
Hull and deck chemically bonded and mechanically fastened
Bow platform with molded non-skid surface, anchor locker and covered 4-step boarding ladder
Rub rail with chrome molded insert
Closed-molded interior parts for lightweight, durable construction
Aft swim platform with insulated storage and 4-step boarding ladder
Ski tow pylon receptacle
1,600 GPH (6,056.66 LPH) bilge pump with auto float switch
LED interior courtesy lights with Blue or White LED switch
Navigation lights with bow LED lights and removable stern light
Interstate cranking battery
Automotive-style fuse panel with circuit breaker-protected harness
Water-resistant connectors on all pumps, courtesy lights and navigation lights
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