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Old 10-27-2010, 09:16 AM
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Default Blue Wave 2200 Pure Bay

We now have the new Blue Wave 2200 Pure Bay in stock!

From the Blue Wave website;

"The newly redesigned 2200 Pure Bay is the perfect boat for the all around fisherman. If you want to get there fast, still run skinny, have a well thought out interior with the comfort to encompass a family of eight, this is the boat for you. With the newest, state-of-the-art materials and manufacturing methods and backed by the Blue Wave family's style of boat building, you will know you are getting the absolute best value for your money."

We have this boat equipped with the new Yamaha 225 HP SHO Four Stroke VMax and a 10" jack plate. This combination makes for a boat that is lightning fast, super shallow running and extremely fuel efficient.

Take a look at these pictures and let us know what you think!

For more information here is a link to the mfg. website, 2200 Pure Bay









Check out the 'new wave' non skid! It looks cool, grips like nothing else and cleans easier than traditional nonskid!
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i really like that non skid
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I love mine and can certainly recommend it. Never seen one on a single axle trailer though.
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Whats the price if you dont me asking??
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thank you!!
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Have you actually ran this boat ? How is the ride in the rough stuff ? Actual top end speed as rigged ? Could you send me info on pricing as rigged BMT ?
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I have one. It rides very well and very dry. Handles snotty waves pretty good with the trim tabs. Mine has a Yamaha F225. It does 60 with 2 people and 1/2 tank of gas, and 57 with 4 people, fishing gear, and 3/4 tank of gas. I've touched 62 with a light load but I'm pushing the rev limiter. Yamaha has some performance bulletins of this boat with a F150 and a F225. This is my 2nd Blue Wave and I've been pleased with both boats.
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looks very nice
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Wow that boat is what i want!! Im sure its out of my price range though. I guess ill have to just get the sea hunt 21 bay......Great looking boat!!!!
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Wow that boat is what i want!! Im sure its out of my price range though. I guess ill have to just get the sea hunt 21 bay......Great looking boat!!!!
Before you buy a Sea Hunt bay boat you should come and take a test ride on our new 220 XT Pro Series Sea Fox. Forget anything you might think you know about Sea Fox and come and take a look at this boat, you will be impressed.

Here is a link to a write-up and a bunch of photos of the 220 XT, check it out-

Sea Fox 220 XT Pro Series
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Wow that boat is what i want!! Im sure its out of my price range though. I guess ill have to just get the sea hunt 21 bay......Great looking boat!!!!
I think you'll find the prices very reasonable. I'm pretty sure the dealers are selling them today for a bit less than they were a couple of years ago, or at least they're discounting more to move them.

I bought my 2007 Blue Wave Pure Bay used last year for 1/2 what it originally sold for. It's pretty much loaded including a bunch of custom trailer options. You can't beat the used boat market for value. I only paid a little more than a new Yamaha F225 cost by itself.
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Will a 70-inch slalom ski fit into one or both of the forward rod boxes?
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Will a 70-inch slalom ski fit into one or both of the forward rod boxes?
I don't currently have one in stock to be able to check, you might contact Blue Wave directly with your question or I wait and see if somebody else who owns one chimes in.
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What is the transom height of the 2200 Pure Bay?
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Will a 70-inch slalom ski fit into one or both of the forward rod boxes?
I don't think so, unless you could custom order it without the rod tubes, and just have a large opening instead.
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