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Supreme S220

The S220 delivers maximum value.

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Supreme S220 running along the shore
The S220 can carry up to 4,400 pounds of ballast and seats 14. Courtesy Supreme Boats

Some boatbuilders talk value. Supreme delivers it. Seats are upholstered in Spradling’s Comfort Strong marine vinyl and constructed to stand up to heavy-duty use. The S220 can carry up to 4,400 pounds of ballast and seats 14. Standard trailer, standard Zero Off speed control, and the new EZ-V hull design ensure that value is measured in owner satisfaction on and off the lake.

Specs

Supreme Boats’ S220 is 22 feet in length overall, offers a roomy yet trailerable 8-foot-6-inch beam, and weighs in at 5,400 pounds dry. This boat seats 14, can carry up to 4,400 pounds of ballast, and carries 70 gallons of fuel. Power choices from GM Marine by PCM range to 465 foot-pounds of torque.

Price:$117,782 (as pictured; no freight, tax or prep)
LOA:22’0”
Beam:8’6”
Draft:3’0” (max)
Dry Weight:5,400 lb. (approx.)
Seat/Weight Capacity:14/2,100 lb.
Fuel Capacity:70 gal.
Available Power:Single GM Marine by PCM closed-cooled V-drive inboard to 465 ft.-lb. torque
S220 cockpit seating
The S220 can carry up to 4,400 pounds of ballast and seats 14. Courtesy Supreme Boats

Electronics

Supreme’s 7-inch Omni touchscreen provides easy and intuitive control of features such as QuickSurf, the Stinger wake plate, the standard Zero Off speed control, ballast and more.

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S220 helm
Supreme’s 7-inch Omni touchscreen is where all the magic happens. Courtesy Supreme Boats

The same feature that provides Supreme with a smoother ride in chop than other boats is the same feature that helps it deliver superior wakes and waves. The S220’s modified deep-V hull carries 20 degrees of deadrise angle at the transom. That is twice the deadrise of other boats, and it works in concert with the EZ-V running surface to build a truly superior riding experience. Now that’s smooth.

S220 hull
The S220’s modified deep-V hull carries 20 degrees of deadrise angle at the transom. Courtesy Supreme Boats

Because sound and vibration will physically wear you down and take away from your enjoyment time on the water, Supreme set out to chase down every rattle, hum, and decibel. From its hull design to its construction process to its implementation of technology such as the patented Silent Stinger wake-plate exhaust system, the Supreme S220 runs quieter than other boats by a difference that can be measured—and heard.

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