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Blue Wave 2200 Pure Bay



The Blue Wave 2200 Pure Bay has a LOA of 21 feet, 4 inches and an 8 feet, 6 inch beam. The deck layout leans more toward the fisherman but there are some very nice family features as well. A molded-in, raised step on the bow puts the trolling motor right above the pre-wired plug and just forward of the anchor locker. Close molded finished lids with dry seal gaskets top off the bow storage compartment along with the release well and twin locking rod boxes.

Forward of the console is a hatch leading to in-deck storage, great for a castnet. The front seat of the console is an insulated cooler. The leaning post has a folding foot rest, tackle station and cooler below. The aft deck includes a release/livewell plus a pair of folding jump seats.



All composite construction, including the stringer system, ensures years of trouble-free operation and an 80-gallon fuel tank is more than ample for the 225 max horsepower rating.

Blue Wave 2200 Pure Bay Specifications

LOA - 21 feet, 4 inches

Beam - 8 feet, 6 inches

RPM - 3500

MPH - 33.2

GPH - 5.7

MPG - 5.83

WOT - 56.4 MPH

MSRP w/power - $46,995.00

Blue Wave Boats

711 Boren Blvd

Seminole, OK 74868

772 460-5258

www.bluewaveboats.com

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