Saint Petersburg, FL
New Arrival to the market!
221 Winyah Bay
This boat is Ready to go!
Great deck layout
Plenty of storage
2 live wells and a third release well
Rod locker storage
Lowrance HDS GPS/ Fishfinder
The boat has been actively used and has just been serviced ready for sale
Seller is buying a larger vessel so time to move this one along!
Powered by a 150hp Yamaha four-stroke that has been extremely reliable and fuel-efficient for the current owner
Sitting on a trailer ready to go!
Contact us with any further questions regarding this vessel.
Great financing options available!
ADDITIONAL WINYAH BAY INFO
221 Winyah Bay was brilliantly designed by Scout owner Steve Potts as the ultimate in high-performance bay boats. Potts and his crew created a center-console vessel built for speed, `range` and fishability, and they added better rod storage, crafted a new leaning post, buttressed the live-well-pump system and fashioned an array of options to delight even the most particular captains.
Scout built this boat to fish hard. They expanded the 4-inch-wide gunwales customary on many bay boats to almost 24 inches wide around the bow area - a walking-path-size gunwale. They also recessed the foredeck several inches deeper than the traditional 2 or 3 inches to give anglers a feeling of security while battling fish in pitching waves. Formed into the gunwales along the foredeck, port, and starboard locking rod holders with butt racks store 12 rods to 9 1/2 feet long. The depth and shape of the boxes and the racks allow anglers to remove rods more quickly when needed. Hatch lids are gasketed and equipped with hydraulic assist. Six vertical rod holders flank the forward console seat. Four vertical holders come flush-mounted in the gunwales, and the standard aluminum leaning post hosts a rocket launcher for four more rods.
The 221 comes with two lighted live-wells aft (one 32-gallon release well with raw-water wash-down centered in the aft deck and a 15-gallon well to starboard). Scout offers an optional port aft well and one under the forward console seat.
Design and Construction
The 221 features a padded hull with aggressive lifting strakes to bring the boat up out of the water quickly and reduce drag. The reverse transom features two internal knees for support and extra flotation to carry the weight of a heftier four-stroke engine.
Manufacturer Provided Description
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.