The Striper 220 CC (21’7″ LOA, 8’6″ beam) offers a sheer, modern design that’s both eye-catching and functional. A deep, open cockpit and bow make every inch of this boat fishing-accessible. The console and forward door offers access to the spacious storage area below, which can also house an optional head. At the dash, a molded windscreen offers protection from the elements without compromising the skipper’s line of sight. The spacious helm is large enough for two flush-mount 10-inch MFDs, VHF, and switches and trim-tab controls. An optional T-top or fiberglass hardtop is available. The 220 CC’s flared hull sides and 14-degree transom keep the ride soft and dry even in the roughest conditions. Riding on a V-Trac hull, the boat features a sharp entry and 20-degree deadrise at the transom. Moving forward into the bow, two raised compartments that drain overboard also function as seats. A deck insert fits flush to make the entire bow a casting platform and doubles as a table. Offering the largest fuel capacity in its class (131-gallon fuel tank) and two standard in-floor fish boxes, the 220 CC is ready, willing and able for a full day of work—with ample room to bring home the day’s catch. Powered by a single Evinrude 200-horsepower E-Tec outboard engine, the 220 CC runs to a top speed of more than 38 mph and cruises at 30 mph. (320) 632-5481;

By Doug Thompson, Southern Boating Magazine July 2015

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