Blue Wave 2200 Pure Bay

 
 
 
 

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The large forward casting deck on the 2200 Pure Bay includes two insulated storage boxes, a long insulated fish box and locking rod storage with a unique shelf to protect your reels from damage. Castnet storage in the floor is just forward of the console seat baitwell. The center console has ample room for flush mounted electronics and on this particular boat, it has an optional riser for increased visibility. Additional rod storage is in the horizontal compartments under the gunnels, vertical racks on the sides of the console and on the back of the leaning post. The rear deck has built-in jump seats and a release well with a 3-inch drain. Forward of the outboard is a huge hatch for systems access and the boarding ladder has nice handrails.

 
 

Blue Wave Boats

 
 

711 Boren Blvd

 
 

Seminole, OK 74868

 
 

405-382-0349

 
 

www.bluewaveboats.com

 

 

Blue Wave 2200 Pure Bay Specifications

 
 

LOA: 21 feet, 4 inches

 
 

Beam: 8 feet, 6 inches

 
 

Max HP: 250 HP

 
 

Hull Weight: 1,700 pounds

 
 

MSRP: $55,845 w/ 250 HP

 

 
 

Even though this bay boat is only 22 feet in length, it has plenty of room for several anglers.

 

The optional riser gives you increased visibility while underway when seated.

 

Stored under the helm seats is a high tech cooler and there is additional storage under the riser itself.

 

Blue Pure 2200 Pure Bay

 

Bow and stern casting decks lets these anglers’ fish from an elevated position.

 

The shallow draft of the 2200 Pure Bay allows you to pull up to the beach on the days you want to take the family to the sandbar.

 

High back helm seats are very comfortable for long runs. They are mounted on slides so you can adjust fore and aft, plus they can swivel 180 degrees.

 

There is an incredible amount of storage forward that includes insulated fish boxes, locking rod compartments, castnet storage, insulated cooler and dry storage.

 

The interior layout includes bow and stern casting decks, a flat area for a bow-mounted trolling motor that’s pre-wired, several compartments for dry storage, live baitwells, rod storage, jump seats plus easy systems access.

 

There is an incredible amount of storage forward that includes insulated fish boxes, locking rod compartments, castnet storage, insulated cooler and dry storage.

 

The unique layout of the center console has plenty of room for flush-mounted electronics, gauges, controls and a switch panel but its slim design doesn’t take up too much cockpit space.

 

High back helm seats are very comfortable for long runs. They are mounted on slides so you can adjust fore and aft, plus they can swivel 180 degrees.

 

The stern casting deck has a pair of folding jump seats, complete with armrest and a release well that has a 3-inch drain that’s virtually impossible to clog.

 

The windshield grabrail can be lowered without the use of hand tools, in the event you want to store your boat in a garage.

 

The windshield can easily be removed for trailering. It has spring loaded twist locks.

 

The hull design provides an extremely smooth ride while knocking down the spray to keep you dry.

 

Notice how stable the boat is at rest even with all 5 anglers on one side.

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