8 New Fishing Boats from the 2022 Miami International Boat Show
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The Miami International Boat Show, cancelled last year due to COVID, successfully reemerged last week — Feb. 16-20 — at its original Miami Beach Convention Center location. And while the overall number of brand-new boats might have slid due to global supply and demand issues, we found eight fishing-boat models debuting and dozens of new gear products.
The boat show, which included the Miami Yacht Show, spanned six locations, including three on-water facilities. Here are videos we captured of the new fishing boats, listed alphabetically.
Boston Whaler 360 Outrage
The Boston Whaler 360 Outrage features Advanced Fathom technology, which is a new boat-electrification system. It also comes with reconfigured bow seating, a personalized cockpit, improved storage and centerline hardtop access. Power options include triple 300 hp Mercury engines, triple 450 Mercury FourStrokes or twin 600 V12 Verados.Advertisement
Lowe Bay 22
Step aboard the welded-aluminum Lowe Bay 22 and you’ll find a broad beam and expansive deck space as well as ample fore and aft casting platforms, a 16-gallon baitwell in the console, and a 30-gallon aft livewell.
Sailfish 320 CC
The Sailfish 320 CC features a carbon-fiber and Kevlar-reinforced deck and hull and a variable-deadrise stepped hull. Fishing features include an in-deck insulated fish box, twin bow fish boxes, a 35-gallon leaning-post livewell and a 30 gal. livewell in the starboard aft corner.
Scout 400 LXF
Scout unveiled its newest luxury sportfishing boat, joining seven other LXF models from the 255 to the 530. The double-stepped hull employs Scout’s epoxy-fusion with carbon fiber/e-glass construction. Fishing amenities include port and starboard transom doors, twin fish boxes with overboard diaphragm discharge, a tackle station, and two 33-gallon livewells.Advertisement
Solace 32 CS
Solace’s new 32 CS, for now the smallest in the company’s model line until a 29 debuts later this year, is reinforced by carbon-fiber epoxy composite. Anglers will appreciate the twin 30-gallon livewells, rod and gaff storage in the head compartment, three fish boxes from 35 to 44 gallons, and workstation tackle storage, tool holders and sink.
Stingray made this 17-footer feel like a bigger boat with substantial gunwale height and room to easily move around the console. An aerated livewell aft as well as a livewell in the forward console seat provide plenty of bait storage. The boat also comes with rod holders and below-gunwale rod storage.
Although the 273CC made its debut at the Miami show, production is not set to start until July. This will be Stingray’s flagship model, and it will feature a 20-gallon livewell and fish boxes as well as optional outriggers and additional livewells.Advertisement
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Tidewater 292 CC Adventure
This new Tidewater starts with wrap-around bow seating, an electric high-low table, and a large console lounge seat. Its helm station comes with two footrests and space for twin 16-inch displays. For anglers, Tidewater added two macerated 30-gallon floor fish boxes, a side tuna door, and twin 28-gallon livewells.