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22 Offshore Center Console "Ultimate" Previous


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General Specifications:

Specifications, including hydrostatic information, are provided as a convenience only and may change without notice. These proposed targets are approximate and are heavily dependent on choices made during construction such as material weights and other subsequent factors such as engine size and loading of the vessel during actual use.

Designation: 22OCCOJ
Name: Ultimate
Series: North Shore
Centerline Length (Hull Only): 22 ft 8 in / 6.9 m
Maximum Beam: 9 ft / 2.7 m
Target Draft (Hull Only): 19 in / 48 cm
Notes on Draft:

Predicted draft at Target Displacement
(See Notes on Displacement below)

Target Displacement: 4500 lbs / 2040 kgs
Notes on Displacement:

Fully loaded at Designed Waterline: People, Fuel, Motor(s), Consumables, etc. This is a better figure for evaluating a boat in real world conditions..

Maximum Recommended Horsepower: 250
Fuel Capacity: 85 gal / 322 L
Deadrise at transom: 20°
Deadrise at midships: 30°
Deadrise at entry: 55°
Waterline length: 19 ft 6 in / 5.9 m
Hull Surface Area: 278 sq ft / 26 sq m
Notes on Hull Surface Area:

When considering a new boat build, the Hull Surface Area is a good indication of the relative size of one boat compared to another.

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We put our heads together and came up with what we believe is the answer to your 22' dreams.

Please Note: The current illustrations feature a transom mounted motor. Some builders might select a full transom with outboard bracket. We can deliver it either way.

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