Rinalli 2010

The Rinalli 2010 answers the call for shallow-water capability yet still delivers a smooth ride in the chop.

The Rinalli 2010 answers the call for shallow-water capability yet still delivers a smooth ride in the chop. Combining the proven high-performance step hull with a flats-style engineered light-tackle deck results in excellent performance and fishability. The attention to detail is evident in Rinalli's second model. The 20-foot-10-inch-long 2010 has been built for the most demanding shallow-water angler and will float in less than a foot of water. According to Rinalli President Greg Uhlig, its patented Duo Delta Conic hull is a widely recognized and proven design, so the company decided to use it for its flats boat. The boat has been tested at a top speed of 62 mph with a cruise of 40, and it runs with the same stability as the original 2100 Bay.

|| |---| | SpecificationsLOA: 20'10" BEAM: 8'5" WEIGHT: 1,850 lbs. DRAFT: 11" FUEL CAPACITY: 53 gallons POWER: 225-hp max PRICE: $36,879 (base)Rinalli Boats 1600 N. King St. Seguin, TX 78155 866-Rinalli www.rinalliboats.com| The high-performance hull design provides a comfortable ride. It incorporates a sharp entry forward and a keel-to-chine conical developed surface with wide-lipped chines, lifting strakes and a precisely positioned step that separates the forward entry section and the aft running surface. Rinalli is so confident of its construction that it backs the hull with a lifetime structural warranty. Incorporating input from professional anglers with years of experience into the 2010, the company built this boat with low maintenance and safety in mind. The 2010 has a 77-inch beam and a design that gives the angler the most stable fishing platform possible. All deck hardware is stainless-steel and either recessed or pop-up to stay out of the way and reduce deck clutter.
 
Standard features on the center console 2010 include two aerated 23-gallon livewells in the aft deck and one 20-gallon livewell forward. For storage there's a 25-gallon dry compartment in the foredeck, a molded anchor locker and eight undergunwale rod holders that will easily accommodate fly rods. The boat also offers aluminum plates laminated into the deck for both leaning posts and trolling motor mounting. Options include your choice of Yamaha, Honda, Mercury, or Evinrude engines, as well as trolling motors and a variety of electronics upgrades or add-ons.