Cape Horn’s new 22 Offshore might be the smallest in the brand’s lineup of center-console fish boats, but it comes packed with important features. To start with, a 40-gallon livewell behind the leaning post, on centerline, creates ample space for live bait; 27 rod holders, including rocket launchers along the transom bulkhead and attached to the leaning post, give anglers room to stow plenty of tackle for contingencies.
At the helm, the 22 Offshore features 14-by-30 inches of electronics space. A canvas T-top with an overhead box is standard as are trim tabs with indicators.
The forward casting deck features a step up and hides a 55-gallon insulated fish box. The front console seat lifts for access to a standard manual-flush toilet and storage space with 5 feet, 4 inches of headroom.
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Cape Horn surrounds the cockpit with coaming pads and provides freshwater and raw-water washdowns, as well as a transom gate. A removable, optional 85-quart cooler tucks partially beneath the transom cap. Its top cushion adds extra seating.
The 22 Offshore carries 127 gallons of fuel and can handle a 350 hp outboard.
LOA: 22 ft. 9 in.
Beam: 9 ft. 1 in.
Dry Weight: 2,775 lb. (w/o engine)
Draft: 1 ft. 4 in.
Transom Deadrise: 20 deg.
MSRP: $81,889 (w/ Suzuki DF350)