Striper 200 DC – Quimby's Cruising Guide

Striper 200 DC

Boaters of the “have your cake and eat it too” variety will like this new dual-console model from Striper. It’s designed to let you fish hard and play hard, with a solid list of standards and even more options to help you enjoy all-day fun on the water.

The 200 is built with Striper’s one-piece Fibercore composite stringer system, so it’s sturdy and durable, with a reduced risk of developing vibration or corrosion over time. A deep cockpit with a high freeboard provides the lean-in support you need when fighting fish, plus adds extra security when kids on board.

A huge 91-gallon fuel capacity promises a long range, with a choice of outboards from Mercury, Evinrude, Suzuki, Honda or Yamaha (up to 200 horsepower) providing the power.

Standard features include a 16-gallon baitwell with cutting-board lid and two 12-gallon fish boxes in the cockpit floor to hold your catch or your boating gear. There are big bow lounges and also built-in rod holders and a telescoping swim ladder. Comfort options include a bow filler cushion, table, extended swim platform, bimini or hardtop, and a Potta-Potti in the port console.

In short, this boat is ready for just about whatever you throw at it.

Striper 200 Dual Console

Length overall: 20’1”
Beam: 8’2”
Draft (drive up):1’3”
Dry weight: 2,910 lbs.
Fuel capacity: 91 gals.
Base price: $60,493

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