Skeeter, a leader in performance fishing boats, introduced two new models within its performance deep V and bay boat lines for 2022: the new WX2060F and the new SX2350.

“Both of these new models bring features to the table that improve experiences on the water for all,” said Jeff Stone, Sr. Vice President, Skeeter Boats. “The WX2060F has more room and is now more family-friendly, while the SX2350 gives customers a value-laden package perfect for bay anglers. Performance and fishability are at the center of each of these new boat models – exactly what our customers demand.”

The new WX2060F deep V builds on the popular WX2060 design, which makes it ideal for handling deep water and big waves. The new layout includes jump seats in the rear cockpit area allowing the boat to accommodate more passengers. This seating configuration creates a versatile, family friendly space with even more leg room. The WX2060F comes standard with a 250-horsepower Yamaha V MAX SHO® outboard.

Skeeter Bay Boat Running

Skeeter continues to grow its SX® lineup with the addition of the new SX2350. At 22 feet, 9 inches, the bay boat now has a 250-horsepower rating and an innovative layout with large bilge access and twin rear deck livewells. A new standard console gives boaters side access as well as a recessed battery department. The new model also features an updated, non-skid pattern. The SX2350 also comes standard with a 250-horsepower Yamaha V MAX SHO outboard. Additional horsepower options are also available.

For more information about these new models or existing Skeeter models, please contact your local Authorized Skeeter Dealer for more information.

About Skeeter Products, Inc.

Skeeter Products, Inc., a Yamaha boat company and leader of performance fishing boats, is proud to support America’s fishing consumer since 1948. Skeeter is the recipient of 20 consecutive NMMA® C.S.I. Customer Satisfaction Index awards, and its boats are certified to meet strict U.S. Coast Guard, NMMA®, and American Boat & Yacht Council standards.

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