The 223 redefines what a family-minded jet boat is all about. Power options include twin 150, 200 or 250-4-TEC ECT 1.5L Rotax engines. Designed with innovative styling and unmatched quality, the 223 features a large cockpit layout. U-shaped seating is highlighted by the Oasis lounge that features a reversible seat-back for either forward or aft viewing. Chaparral quality is what sets the 223 apart. Luxury appointments include a hand-stitched helm brow, stainless grab rails, drink holders and more. Abundant storage for a 22-foot boat. A powder coated tandem axle trailer is part of the 223's Real Deal price.
The forward anchor locker not only includes a rattle free cradle and room for a line and chain but a forward telescopic ladder that makes it easy to get onboard from any beach. Recessed stereo speakers and stainless steel drink holders are standard. A filler cushion is standard and transforms the bow to a place to lounge. A standard weather door provides wind protection in the main cockpit.
A three step telescopic ladder stows in its own hideaway compartment and includes a top rung grab handle. A protective swim platform mat adds secure footing. Twin aft facing seats with storage underneath make it easy to cinch on bindings or position a snorkel and mask. The battery switch is easily accessible under the port side seat bottom.
The Rotax system is high technology at its best. SKI MODE provides pre-programmed acceleration curves so anyone in the family can be an expert tow sports driver. ECO MODE dials in the most efficient cruising speed, taking the guess work out of maximizing fuel economy. DOCKING MODE rescales the throttle for precise maneuverability in tight docking situations.
Helps prevent the problem of debris, tow ropes and weeds becoming entangled with the drive shaft. Rivals can only try to fix the problem after it occurs.
Protects the engine from harmful salt, gunk and corrosion by using clean coolant like a car. All Rotax 4-TEC engines are true saltwater engines.
Directs jet thrust to either side of the transom during low speed maneuvers giving the driver pin-point control at the dock. Other systems either direct the thrust downward or use rudders, both of which are ineffective at low speeds.