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New Boats From the 2022 Miami Boat Show

Numerous models made their debut in Miami.

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Miami Boat Show 2022
A number of new boats were on display at this year’s show. Alex Suescun

The Miami International Boat Show, the world’s largest event of its kind, returned to a recently renovated Miami Beach Convention Center in 2022, after using the Miami Marine Stadium in Virginia Key as its main venue the past few years. As expected, the show presented the opportunity to see the latest and greatest in boats and marine products. Here’s a look at this year’s crop of new fishing boats making their debut. 

Bayliner T24CC

Bayliner T24CC on display
Length: 24’ Beam: 8’6” Draft: 35” (motors down) Weight: 4,466 lb. Fuel: 100 gal. Max HP: 300 bayliner.com Alex Suescun
Bayliner T24CC bow seating
U-shaped seating at the bow includes storage and backrests for lounging. Alex Suescun
Bayliner T24CC helm
The center console has ample room for dual MFDs and much more. Alex Suescun
Bayliner T24CC leaning post
A leaning post with above-deck livewell and rod and cup holders in back seats two at the helm. Alex Suescun
Bayliner T24CC rod storage
Gunwale racks hold two rods to port and another two to starboard. Alex Suescun
Bayliner T24CC transom livewell
An aft livewell with clear lid fits neatly next to a foldaway bench with backrest on the transom. Alex Suescun

Blackfin 302 DC

Blackfin 302 DC on display
Length: 30’2” Beam: 10’ Draft: 20” Weight: 9,000 lb. Fuel: 240 gal. Max HP: 800 blackfinboats.com Alex Suescun
Blackfin 302 DC bow seating
Coaming bolsters serve as backrests for the comfy bow seating, which incorporates storage underneath. Alex Suescun
Blackfin 302 DC hardtop
The windshield’s center panel opens for easy bow-to-stern movement between the dual consoles. Alex Suescun
Blackfin 302 DC helm
The starboard console houses a helm with enough real estate for dual MFDs and other essentials. Alex Suescun
Blackfin 302 DC aft seating
The spacious cockpit features transom and side doors, two in-deck fish boxes, foldaway bench seat and a livewell with aquarium-style window. Alex Suescun
Blackfin 302 DC tackle station
Ideal for prepping snacks and drinks, the entertainment center includes a sink with pull-out sprayer, slide-out cooler and more. Alex Suescun

Boston Whaler 360 Outrage

Boston Whaler 360 Outrage
Length: 36’5” Beam: 11’3” Draft: 32” Weight: 13,383 lb. Fuel: 415 gal. Max HP: 1,350 bostonwhaler.com Chris Woodward
Boston Whaler 360 Outrage
Roomy bow seating includes fold-down backrests, generous storage and a removable a forward panel that fills the gap between the seats. Chris Woodward
Boston Whaler 360 Outrage
A dual forward-console lounger comes with fold-down armrests, built-in backrest and coffin-box-style storage underneath. Chris Woodward
Boston Whaler 360 Outrage
The ergonomically designed helm puts the steering wheel and controls, two multifunction displays, waterproof switches, stereo and more within easy reach. Chris Woodward
Boston Whaler 360 Outrage
Triple captain chairs with flip-up bolsters and armrests seat the skipper and two crew at the helm. Chris Woodward
Boston Whaler 360 Outrage
Mezzanine seating for two is the perfect spot for keeping tabs on the trolling spread. Chris Woodward

Caymas 401 CC

Caymas 401 CC in the convention center
Length: 39’11” Beam: 11’6” Draft: 27” Weight: 14,000 lb. Fuel: 557 gal. Max HP: 1,800 caymasboats.com Alex Suescun
Caymas 401 CC bow seating
Cushioned, raised compartments at the bow and a forward-console dual lounger over a coffin-style box provide generous storage, seating and lounging up front. Alex Suescun
Caymas 401 CC forward seating
The sizeable forward-console lounger comes with contoured backrests, folding armrests, divided storage inside, and five rod holders on each side. Alex Suescun
Caymas 401 CC helm
With steering on the centerline, the helm accommodates a pair of large MFDs, switches, engine monitoring display, stereo, joystick control, and more. Alex Suescun
Caymas 401 CC rod holders
Horizontal rod/gaff racks and stainless-steel toe rails fit neatly under both gunwales. Alex Suescun
Caymas 401 CC cockpit
The cockpit offers plenty of elbow room, a portside door, in-deck fish/storage boxes and large livewells on the transom. Alex Suescun

Fountain 32NX

Fountain 32NX in the water
Length: 32’ Beam: 9’11” Draft: 29” Weight: 11,000 lb. Fuel: 285 gal. Max HP: 1,350 fountainpowerboats.com Alex Suescun
Fountain 32NX bow seating
Coaming bolsters serve as backrests for the U-shaped bow seating with removable backrests for lounging. Alex Suescun
Fountain 32NX forward seating
The same module supports helm and mezzanine seating with flip-up bolsters, as well as part of the hardtop frame with a 4-rod rocket launcher. Alex Suescun
Fountain 32NX helm
The business side of the console houses triple MFDs with room to spare for switches and various other electronics. Alex Suescun
Fountain 32NX cockpit
The cockpit features side and transom doors, in-deck compartments, five flush-mount rod holders and a foldaway bench seat on the transom. Alex Suescun
Fountain 32NX outboards
A trip of Mercury Racing 300s provides the speed and acceleration Fountains are known for. Alex Suescun

Lowe 22 Bay

Lowe 22 Bay on display
Length: 21’9” Beam: 7’11” Draft: TBA Weight: 1,400 lb. Fuel: 29 gal. Max HP: 200 loweboats.com Chris Woodward
Lowe 22 Bay bow
The forward casting deck includes a pedestal chair, foam decking and three large storage compartments. Alex Suescun
Lowe 22 Bay console
While the hull is built of aluminum, the center console is made of fiberglass and includes a forward seat with a livewell inside and three rod holders on both sides. Alex Suescun
Lowe 22 Bay tackle storage
Tackle storage with four removable trays hides behind the console-seat’s backrest. Alex Suescun
Lowe 22 Bay helm
The helm includes a gauge cluster, switch panel and cup holder, leaving room on top for a combo chart plotter/fish finder. Alex Suescun
Lowe 22 Bay rod holders
The leaning post providing helm seating has room for a cooler at the base and a 4-rod rocket launcher on the aft side of the backrest. Alex Suescun

Robalo 266 Cayman

Robalo 266 Cayman on display
Length: 26’6” Beam: 9’4” Draft: 20” Weight: 4,500 lb. Fuel: 110 gal. Max HP: 425 robalo.com Alex Suescun
Robalo 266 Cayman bow seating
Twin raised compartments afford storage and seating at the bow. A filler panel joins both seats at the front end and removes easily to reach the forward deck compartments. Alex Suescun
Robalo 266 Cayman console
The console boasts integrated hardtop and windshield, and a seat with cooler that forms part of a front door to access the head room inside. Alex Suescun
Robalo 266 Cayman helm
The dash is bookended by switch panels and features a visor that cuts direct sunlight to the dual MFDs and other electronics it accommodates. Alex Suescun
Robalo 266 Cayman aft deck
A pull-out bench with folding backrest provides seating for two in the stern and stows away for fishing. Alex Suescun
Robalo 266 Cayman outboard
One or two Power-pole shallow-water anchors can easily be added as options. Alex Suescun

Sailfish 320 CC

Sailfish 320 CC in the water
Length: 31’6” Beam: 10’ Draft: 22” Weight: 10,500 lb. (rigged) Fuel: 285 gal. Max HP: 700 sailfishboats.com Alex Suescun
Sailfish 320 CC bow seating
Swiveling backrests allow lounging up front, where seating becomes a sizeable casting deck once the cushions are removed. Alex Suescun
Sailfish 320 CC helm
Two large displays can be flush-mounted on the dash, with space for a stereo and engine monitoring display between them. Alex Suescun
Sailfish 320 CC sink
A bait-prep center sits right behind the helm seats. It offers ample storage for tackle, knives and tools, a sink with faucet and more. Alex Suescun
Sailfish 320 CC livewell
A rounded livewell with clear lid is located on the starboard transom corner. Alex Suescun
Sailfish 320 CC cockpit seat
A pull-down bench sits two comfortably at the transom, with a door to port for direct access to the boarding ladder and the water. Alex Suescun

Scout 400 LXF

Scout 400 LXF on display
Length: 39’5” Beam: 12’1” Draft: 27” Weight: 14,940 lb. Fuel: 400 gal. Max HP: 1,600 scoutboats.com Chris Woodward
Scout 400 LXF bow seating
Elegant forward seating combines premium upholstery, an electrically-actuated table that rises from deck level, and beautiful mood lighting. Chris Woodward
Scout 400 LXF helm
The dash is air-conditioned and looks more like the command center on a large ship, boasting room for triple MFDs and lots more. Chris Woodward
Scout 400 LXF console seating
Mezzanine seating features a contoured backrest, retractable footrest and cup holders on opposite ends. Chris Woodward
Scout 400 LXF cockpit
An aft-facing entertainment center/outdoor galley hides under the mezzanine seating and includes a grill, sink with faucet, cutting board and storage. Chris Woodward
Scout 400 LXF livewell
A transom door and a large aft livewell with clear lid and aquarium-style window are located to port. Chris Woodward

Sea Fox 268 Traveler

Sea Fox 268 Traveler on display
Length: 26’ Beam: 9’3” Draft: 16” Weight: TBA Fuel: 127 gal. Max HP: 400 seafoxboats.com Alex Suescun
Sea Fox 268 Traveler bow seating
Recessed cup holders, and a removable table turn the comfortable bow seating on the Sea Fox into a picnic area with a view. Alex Suescun
Sea Fox 268 Traveler hardtop
This dual-console integrates the windshield frame into the hardtop’s for a cleaner, sturdier design. Alex Suescun
Sea Fox 268 Traveler helm
The helm on the starboard console includes a wide dash for displays, with mountain area below it for switches and other essentials, plus a two-tier footrest down low. Alex Suescun
Sea Fox 268 Traveler cooler storage
Behind the helm chair, an entertainment center/bar includes stereo controls, bottle holders, sink with faucet, slide-out cooler and more. Alex Suescun
Sea Fox 268 Traveler livewell
A livewell with clear lid, aquarium-style window and calming-blue interior sits on the the aft portside corner. Alex Suescun

Solace 32 CS

Solace 32 CS at the dock
Length: 32’7” Beam: 10’3” Draft: 24” Weight: 10,500 lb. Fuel: 304 gal. Max HP: 900 solaceboats.com Jim Hendricks
Solace 32 CS bow seating
With storage inside, coaming bolsters for backrests and removable cushions held in place by magnets, bow seating on the Solace is both comfortable and practical. Jim Hendricks
Solace 32 CS windshield
And integral part of the console and hardtop, the full-height windshield opens in full at the touch of a button for added ventilation. Jim Hendricks
Solace 32 CS helm
Clean, clutter free and spacious, the helm on the Solace houses a pair of large multifunction displays that enable virtual switches. Jim Hendricks
Solace 32 CS console seating
The bait-prep station includes dual cutting boards, a sink with faucet between them, a slide-out cooler that doubles as a seat, and holders for tools, knives and more. Jim Hendricks
Solace 32 CS aft seating
A stern seat for two sits atop the transom and includes a flip-down footrest, and removable cushions and backrest. Jim Hendricks

Stingray 273CC

Stingray 273CC on display
Length: 27’3” Beam: 8’6” Draft: 18” Weight: 7,000 lb. (w/ twin 300s) Fuel: 177 gal. Max HP: 600 stingrayboats.com Chris Woodward
Stingray 273CC bow seating
Wraparound bow seating includes storage, backrests for lounging, a filler panel to form a sun pad, and cushions that easily remove, leaving a raised casting deck. Chris Woodward
Stingray 273CC console seating
The forward-console lounge incorporates coffin-box style storage, contoured backrest and fold-down armrests. Chris Woodward
Stingray 273CC helm seating
The twin captain chairs at the helm are adjustable and feature flip-up bolsters to drive standing or seating. Chris Woodward
Stingray 273CC aft seating
The aft bench folds flat when it’s time to fish, and is flanked by a transom door to starboard. Chris Woodward
Stingray 273CC livewell
A portside livewell with clear lid and rounded corners rests next the aft bench. Chris Woodward

Tidewater 380 CC

Tidewater 380 CC display
Length: 37’8” Beam: 11’11” Draft: TBA Weight: 14,000 lb. Fuel: 406 gal. Max HP: 1,200 tidewaterboats.com Alex Suescun
Tidewater 380 CC bow seating
Recessed grab rails, built-in storage, cup holders, backrests for lounging and an adjustable pedestal table, the tidewater’s bow seating has it all. Alex Suescun
Tidewater 380 CC helm
Ergonomics, style and functionality played major roles in the console’s design. And there’s no shortage of real estate for electronics. Alex Suescun
Tidewater 380 CC console seating
Mezzanine seating for two conceals a tackle-prep station underneath, complete with a broad rigging surface and removable storage trays. Alex Suescun
Tidewater 380 CC head
There’s a large head compartment inside the console, complete with marine toilet, counter, sink, storage cabinet and vertical rod racks. Alex Suescun
Tidewater 380 CC outboards
Dual aquarium-style livewells with clear lids rest at opposite sides of the foldaway bench in the middle of the transom. Alex Suescun
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