|Locatie||Denison, Texas, Verenigde Staten|
|Lengte over alles||6.65 m|
This 2012 Silver Wave 220 Play is lake ready.
Silver Wave 220 Play
Although built solid as a tank, the 220 Play’s interior combines elegance and comfort.December 20, 2010
This stylish pontoon combines luxurious decking with durable construction and a smooth, quiet ride.
It’s a tough time to start a new business, but two boatbuilding families have teamed up to make waves in the pontoon market.
Silver Wave pontoon boats combine the talents of the Parks family — the makers of Blue Wave Boats bay boats — with the Nickell family, who have been building pontoon boats for more than 25 years. The two families have made a commitment to building a top-quality pontoon with great value backed by personal service — and their first wave of boats seems to be right on the mark.
The Silver Wave 220 Play we tested ran at a maximum speed of 26.4 mph, and throughout the ride we were able to hold a conversation without having to raise our voices. The boat’s 25-inch-diameter round pontoons cut through the water easily, which gave us a smooth ride, while the under-deck spray deflectors ensured a dry cruise as well.Quality construction is evident everywhere on this craft, with its double-bolted main cross-members, and the deck is fastened through the hat brackets with stainless-steel bolts, ensuring solid durability. The boat is also equipped with stainless-steel rub rails, and even the cup holders, console trim and table base plate are fastened with stainless bolts.
Although built solid as a tank, the 220 Play’s interior combines elegance and comfort, with heavy-duty vinyl upholstery covering the multidensity foam of the chaise lounge seating and L-shaped couch, a reclining, sliding and swiveling captain’s seat, and a fiberglass console with built-in entertainment center.
Lift the sun deck to reveal a pop-up changing room.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.