Triton Boats 220 Escape - Multi-Species Fishing Boat
New 2014 Triton Boats - 220 Escape - Multi-Species Fishing
2010 Triton Boats 220 Escape Description
- Length Over All: 21 Feet and 6 inches.
- Beam: 7 Feet and 10 inches.
- Fuel Tank Capacity: 46
- Max Load: 1050
- Dry Weight: 2100
2010 Triton Boats 220 Escape Standard Features
Safety and Quality:
3-year warranty on most factory installed components
All Composite Construction
Automatic Bilge Pump
Battery Master Shut-Off Switch
Plush Carpet with Edge Trim
Circuit Breaker Protected Wiring
Limited Lifetime Hull Warranty to Original Owner
Non-Skid Aft Step Mats
Non-Skid Bow Step Mat
Boarding Grab Handle
We purchased our boat from out of state. We gave them 4 days notice, they said the boat would be ready. When we got to the dealer the fuel gauge did not work. When we got home and put it in the water the tack did not work and there was a problem with the trim. We contacted the dealer who found us a closer one, still out of state (but we really did appreciate not having to make that 5 hour drive(one way) again). We loaded the boat on the trailer and back to the second dealer my husband went. They were extremely nice. They fixed the trim but stated the tack was bad and ordered us one, it's been a week and were still waiting. The panels on the side of the boat are not storage and there went the cover to the GPS system. It seems to go down to the bottom of the boat. When my husband asked the dealer what they were for, they stated storage. My husband showed them that they were totally open as far as your hand could reach without being cut by fiberglass. They went to look at the boat on their showroom floor. I think Triton forget to finish that section. Now this would be ok, but with kids on a boat, things are going to be put in there. Our problem, no one knows how to get the cover out of the bottom of the boat. It is a roomy boat, great power and the seats are extremely comfortable even in rough water. The grab handle for the passenger is really made for a man. It's too far from the seat for a woman and very uncomfortable to hold on to. I think it should have been put on the side as I constantly wanted to grab the corner of the windshield. Also the pass through window has no tie or clasp to keep it from bouncing while driving. We had to close it while riding in the boat. The cooler under the seat is a nice feature, but not practical. The hinges keep you from easily opening the cooler, it really was a two person operation to get anything out. The boat is relatively quiet. Rides smooth except in extremely choppy water, just hold on, but intolerable. Fishing on it was wonderful. The back ladder sticks a little as it is not real easy to get up. The concept is good (hide away ladder) I love it, but I think instead of it sliding it should have folded. Since this is a family boat "fish and ski" I thought I would voice my woman's perspective.
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