Walker Bay just introduced its new Revo 21, a fast, comfortable boat that the company says is the world’s first 21-foot luxury sport RIB. It is indeed versatile; you can use it for just about anything you want to do on the water – fishing, diving, picnics, water sports or just driving around the harbor or the next cove.
With a beam of 9’ 5”, the Revo 21 is wider than most 21-foot RIBs, and that extra space has been put to good use. The boat can hold 12 people, including forward seating for seven with comfortable cushions and a cushion-wrapped gunwale.
The recommended power is a single 200-hp outboard, but a 225-hp outboard is optional. It produces a top speed of 50 mph, which should give you and everyone else on board an adrenaline rush to remember.
The boat has a 65-gallon fuel tank that will give you a full day on the water – 10 hours at 20 mph. And the optional Bimini will keep you protected from the sun and weather.
Walker Bay designed the Revo 21 to capture the characteristics of a bigger boat. The helm is positioned toward the stern. The console protects the driver and has an extra-large space for mounting electronics. There’s an option for a portable head inside the console and a privacy curtain for changing.
Forward, an optional table converts the bow into a dining space; it also doubles as a sunbed and stows inside the console when you’re not using it. A deck locker in the bow holds water skis or a wakeboard.
Walker Bay uses an innovative polyurethane stringer system that bonds the hull and deck together in one piece for strength, positive flotation and a shock-absorbing ride. The V-hull, with a 21-degree deadrise at the transom, provides a comfortable, dry ride.
For fun on the water, the Revo 21 has four seven-inch speakers in the gunwales, and lots of USB ports to keep everyone connected. It also has 11 stainless steel drink holders; the captain gets an extra-large one.
The Revo 21 is 21’ 8” long and weighs 1,980 pounds.
Started in 1997, Walker Bay has won dozens of awards for innovation and design. There are now more than 100,000 Walker Bay boats in more than 50 countries around the world. Read more at http://walkerbay.com and see the video below: