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2012 22 (ft.) Sea Fox 220 XT

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General Information

Listing# 138653

Holiday, FL, United States
Sea Fox
Boat Type
Model Year
Center Consoles
220 XT
22 (ft.)
Number of Engines
Engine Type
Engine Hours

General Details

You can own this vessel for as little as $354 per month. Visit the POP Yachts website for more information.

A superb inshore flats/bay boat with the ability to fish coastal offshore.

Sea Fox is a popular US manufacturer of fibreglass boats.

I have personally been on this boat, and it is by far the best cost to value out there. Extremely stable, fuel efficient, fast, dry, and a great ride. Tracks well too, and comes with a ton of standard features. The boat has more storage lockers than you can count, plus two fully-plumbed live wells, lockable forward rod locker, console rod racks, cup holders, tilt hydraulic steering, float-switch bilge pump, seven stainless pop-up cleats, coaming rod holders, navigation and courtesy lights, battery master switch, 12-volt power point, self-draining cockpit, positive foam flotation and more.

All of this plus this Sea Fox was custom built for the owner and has mood lights and oxygen tanks holders (4) for the diver.

The 200XT is made with foam or foam composite cored materials throughout and the foam-filled fibreglass stringers are bonded directly to the cockpit floor for added strength and rigidity. The transom is equally strong as it is reinforced with an aluminium plate that has been fibreglassed into the structure. This adds durability and provides additional support for high powered outboards.

All vacant spaces in the hull are filled with closed cell foam for flotation and to dampen hull noise underway.

A water drainage channel runs along the keel from the bow to the transom to ensure there is no water trapped underfloor. A single bung at the stern releases rainwater - though it will be pumped out automatically (when the power is on) with the float switch operated 800G/ph bilge pump.

You can access the bilge area via a hatch in the top of the outboard well. Within the bilge you will find the bilge pump, two live-bait tank pumps and the fuel/water separating filter.
The battery is not located in the stern, but on a shelf inside the centre console. There is a master switch on the side of the console so you can turn the power off when the boat is in storage.

-Space and then more space
To suit bay and flats fishing applications, the 200XT Pro has large, elevated casting decks at the bow and stern. Underneath the casting decks are various dry and wet storage areas.
At the bow you'll find a lockable rod locker that can stow ten smallish fishing outfits horizontally. The similar-sized locker on the starboard side and the centre casting deck locker are for dry storage.

A good sized anchor well is recessed into the casting deck at the bow, just aft of the trolling motor platform. Excellent stainless steel pop-up cleats surround the bow area and make for easy anchoring and a smooth deck surface with nothing to snag a fishing line.
In the centre of the forward platform is a base for mounting a fishing chair -- though this was not fitted during the test.

At the stern of the boat, two surprisingly comfortable padded seats flip-up from the front edge of the rear casting platform. In the folded-down position it is hard to pick they are even there as the deck surface is completed flush. Between the lift-up rear seats is plumbed live well boasting a capacity of 98 litres.

Other stern features include two rear bait storage lockers (with overboard drain), cup holders, more stainless pop-up cleats and two stainless steel rod holders.
Separating the casting platforms is a centre floor area with the centre-console helm station and padded seat/icebox.
The two-person width helm seat/ice box is contained within a stainless-steel frame and is removable. The padded back rest is reversible and can be slotted into several vertical positions.
I found the helm arrangement quite comfortable while seated, but when standing, the front of the stainless-steel seat frame would butt up against the back of my legs. Moving the frame and seat back two inches would fix this though.

The helm console is well designed and functional. A small windscreen is topped by a useful stainless steel grab rail. The fascia has just enough space for engine instruments and flush-mounted electronics, and the binnacle mount throttle box was well positioned.

A radio locker and glove box is situated under the helm. Beneath that there are two doors which open out to give easy access to the battery shelf.

Wiring for the instruments and electronics can be serviced from a locker on the forward face of the console.


This listing has now been on the market 30 days. If you are thinking of making an offer, go ahead and submit it today! Let's make a deal!

We encourage all buyers to schedule a survey for an independent analysis. Any offer to purchase is ALWAYS subject to satisfactory survey results.

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Stock #41089


near perfect