Centurion’s Vi22 extends a nod toward nostalgia with its slightly retro style, while delivering unprecedented performance for today’s wake surfers. Built on the Opti-V Hull, this sleek beauty offers more displacement with less ballast and is balanced in and behind the boat thanks to the optimized running surface. Even with 4600 pounds of available ballast, the lower profile Vi22 sits comfortably above the water without the risk of taking on water over the transom or bow when encountering professional-level surf waves. RAMFILL is available to fill and drain the subfloor ballast quickly, so more than half the ballast can be filled in just 90 seconds. Quick- Launch gets this 22-footer to plane in just six seconds.
With as much as 4600-pounds of ballast, the Vi22 has the industry’s largest factory ballast capacity in a 22-foot boat.
Create pro level wakes or waves that can be adjusted independently midsession in as little as 90 seconds with available RAMFILL ballast.
With 20 degrees of dead-rise at the transom the Opti-V Hull displaces more water with less weight while preserving a great rough-water ride.
Centurion offers the largest sub-floor ballast standard that does not encroach on storage areas like the Vi22 that has 2,850lbs of subfloor ballast.
Centurion Boats are built stronger to last longer, thanks to our vacuum infusion production process and unibody construction.
VIP construction, Patented Silent Stinger Wake Plate and GM Marine, create a perfect ride that is inside-voice quiet.
WEIGHT ON TRAILER: 6650lbs
FUEL CAPACITY: 63 gal
SEATING CAPACITY: 12 People
STD TORQUE: 409 ft/lb
MAX TORQUE: 500 ft/lb
OVERALL LENGTH: 27’1”
LENGTH W/OUT PLATFORM: 26”
LENGTH W/OUT PLATFORM, TONGUE SWUNG: 24’1”
TRAILER WIDTH: 8’6”
HEIGHT NO TOWER (MEASURED TO WINDOW): 7’3”
HEIGHT W/BATTLE ADVANCED TOWER: 11'10"
HEIGHT W/DROPZONE TOWER: 10’11”
HEIGHT W/BATTLE ADVANCED TOWER DOWN: 9'6"
HEIGHT W/DROPZONE TOWER DOWN: 8’7”
*Price plus dest, tax, lic, dlr*
Price does not include factory freight, assembly, PDI, and any other applicable surcharges