|Loa:||22' 6" / 6.86 m|
|Beam:||8' 6" / 2.59 m|
|Bridge clearance:||6' 3" / 1.91 m|
|Bridge clearance with t-top:||8' / 2.44 m|
|Deadrise:||15° / 15°|
|Fuel capacity:||60 gal / 227 L|
|Forward livewell:||30.00 gal / 114 L|
|Aft livewell:||30.00 gal / 114 L|
|Draft down:||28.00" / 71 cm|
|Draft up:||12.00" / 30 cm|
|Max hp:||250 HP / 186 kW|
|Dry weight w/ engines:||3200 lbs / 1451 kg|
|Passenger capacity (nmma):||8/1200 lbs / 8/544 kg|
Everything that's special about Robalo's new bay boat Cayman Series gets bigger and better with the introduction of the 226. Sporting a No Haggle Reel Deal price including a 150 hp Yamaha and a trailer, the 226 Cayman has a big boat feel and is perfectly suited for a wide variety of conditions. Go ahead and fish the flats or venture outside the harbor offshore. Sporting a 22'6" centerline with a trailerable 8'6" beam, the 226 Cayman gets it done with dry-riding freeboard and an efficient 15 degree variable deadrise Hydro Lift bottom design. Engine options up to a 250-hp Yamaha are available. Tournament anglers and recreational fishermen alike will appreciate the 226's distinct style lines, high quality fit and finish and extensive fishing features. Three 30-gallon live wells, lockable rod storage, wide walkable gunwales and dual casting decks all rate best-in-class. Additionally, the 226 is one of the few boats in this size range that features a fully-enclosed walk down compartment that serves as a privacy head with the addition of an optional porta-pottie. Rigged to meet the rigors of saltwater environments, the 226 showcases Kevlar reinforced construction, complete stainless steel hardware and a ceramic cored transom for added strength and durability.
It had to happen. Parlaying the game-changing success of the R180 and the R200, Robalo takes its center console offerings up a notch for 2015 with the introduction of the new R222. The R222 is sold at a nationally advertised price. The keyword here is more. More centerline length. More storage space. More ride comfort. More seaworthiness. More fishing features. The only place where the new R222 proudly comes up short is its No Haggle, Reel Deal price tag. Key fishing features include twin 30-gallon fish boxes that can either keep your catch fresh or serve as storage areas. A 15-gallon livewell with LED lighting and a blue gelcoat finish is conveniently positioned under the standard leaning post.
If you want a family sport boat that can operate where stern drive rivals dare not tread and is also a serious fishing machine, Robalo's versatile R247 is in a class by itself. There's so much to like about the R247. Kevlar reinforcement and stainless steel hardware are a cut above. A have-it-your-way options list is accented with an innovative three position portside seat, a clever wet bar, vacuflush head, special electronics and an assortment of custom tops and towers. Search all the leading competitors and you won't find a dual console in this size range with more storage. Everywhere you look there's room for cargo...under all the seats, in the starboard console, in the floor and at the bow.
We promised you a game changer and that's exactly what the action-packed new R160 delivers. Sized perfectly for first time boat buyers and skilled anglers alike, the R160 redefines what you can expect in a 16-foot center console. Robalo's Reel Deal Pricing makes the buying experience pure pleasure. The truth is that you have a sea of choices at 16-feet. And yes, the competition does it right...the difference is the R160 just does it better. Get onboard, your family weekends will never be the same. Under the gelcoat you'll enjoy classic Robalo quality through and through. Same durable Kevlar construction as our bigger center consoles. Same high quality stainless steel hardware. Same top tier vinyl and rich foam padding. Same precise attention to detail. It might be the smallest center console in the Robalo line-up, but it's big on quality, bigger on performance and supersized when it comes to family fun on the water. Best of all it's a Robalo through and through, no short cuts here. None.