2007 Centurion Tornado

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Round Lake, IL

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Class Power
Category Bowrider
Year 2007
Make Centurion
Length 22'
Propulsion Type Single Inboard
Hull Material Fiberglass
Fuel Type Gas
Location Round Lake, IL
Nominal Length
Length Overall
Max Draft
Dry Weight
Engine Make Mercruiser
Engine Model Black Scorpion
Engine Hours 377
Engine Type Single Inboard
Fuel Type Gas
2007 Centurion Tornado


2007 Centurion Tornado

The Centurion Tornado will jump out at you as the largest crossover boat in the lineup.

 For skiers, it has a direct-drive configuration for mellow wakes. Wakeboarders enjoy the Storm 1 package standard with tower and graphics in the gelcoat. And everyone whether parents, kids or friends will love the 100-inch beam, a rarity among direct-drives. 

 That stretches out the seating in the rear and the open bow, and gives you more room around the engine box. Other touches are just as appealing to all passengers, including the spacious cooler in the bow walk-through and the cavernous storage compartment under the observer's seat, among the biggest we've seen in this class of boat. Legroom is ample, with a deep foot well in the bow. Pile on options like rear ballast, board racks and Sony stereo to make the Tornado a true crowd pleaser. SKIING Once out of the hole, the Tornado tracks well, and its mild V-bottom hull gets you through chop, although it's a little sensitive to weight distribution. The boat has a wide wake table and there's a slight bump at 22, 28 and 32 off. This boat can take on the slalom course, but we prefer the ride in the open water. WAKEBOARDING We loaded up the Tornado to get wakes worthy of intermediate riders. Fill up the 250 pounds of rear factory ballast, take out the removable rear bench to make room for additional ballast and you're ready to roll. With respectable wakes in its size class, the transitions are a little short, but they're smooth and poppy. LOWDOWN 

  •  Centurion's top choice for a multisport direct-drive that's family friendly
  • Beam is unusually wide, creating welcome space in the interior while maintaining nimble handling. 
  • Good crossover capabilities from mid-level skiing to intermediate wakeboarding.
  •  Rear bench comes out for more ballast bag space
  • Front storage under the observer's seat is exceptional. 
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