22-foot craft designed for overall watersports performance
Tow boat manufacturer Correct Craft has released a new 22-foot multi-sports boat called the Super Air Nautique GS22. Said to have “taken design and engineering elements from the G-series and Ski Nautique 200 to design a vessel for overall watersports performance,” the boat is designed to answer consumer demand for a multi-sport hull in this size range.
Measuring 22 feet in overall length and with a 100-inch beam and 27.6-inch draft, the GS22 boasts a number of standard features including the Nautique Surf System with waveplate technology, 2,250 pounds of sub-floor internal ballast and a PCM ZR4 engine. With seating for 15, the GS22 uses a hull design described as the first of its kind to optimize the wake and wave under running conditions for wakeboarding, wakesurfing, and waterskiing.
Additional features include the company’s new 12.4” Linc Panoray touchscreen, a flip-up lounge seat, Nautique Surf Select and a premium JL audio system.
“The Nautique GS22 shatters paradigms with unimagined versatility in a towboat” said Nautique President Greg Meloon. “Whether you’re wakeboarding, wakesurfing or waterskiing the new GS22 is capable of doing it all and doing it extremely well.”