New 2016 Axis A22. Incredible and aggressive wakeboarding wake and a surf wake that will keep you stoked for years to come. A must see. This boat is equipped with these extra options:
350 Monsoon engine
GL Boat Cover Hang Type
GL Bimini Top w/ Surfboard Storage
PTM Windshield Mirror
Flip up drivers Seat
Removable Charcoal Carpet
Stainless Steel cupholders
High Altitude Prop
3 Heater Outlet
Pull Up Cleats 2 Pair
Sound Pack 2 includes Tower Speakers and Subwoofer
Transom Stereo remote
Spinner Board Racks
Plug N Play extra Ballast
2nd Gorilla Tracking Fin
Light Graphite Tandem Axle Trailer
Upgraded Alloy Rims
Stainless Steel Transom Tiedowns
Come into one of our 3 locations here in Southern California. We look forward to showing you this amazing boat.
Monster wakes and waves come standard with the Axis Wake Research A22. Redesigned from scratch—with a new wake-and-wave-maximizing hull—this aggressive 22-footer is built to create the perfect playground for wakeboarders and -surfers of all skill levels. And with the revolutionary Surf Gate, you can ride a customized wave and easily transfer from side to side. This is no wake- or surf-only boat; its versatility always shines through, no matter what activity you’re engaged in.
The control panel lets the driver dial in the perfect speed and wake every time, whether they’re towing a top athlete or a kid out to get their first taste of big air. Hardcore pros go after this boat for it’s perfect, solid wake, but its clean lines and aggressive styling don’t hurt, either.
The A22 boasts a striking exterior, with sharp new hull graphics and three new metal-flake gel color options, but it’s also plush and roomy on the inside, with a 102-inch beam and comfortable, upgraded vinyl seating for as many as 15 people. And for 2015, the A22 features a new interior, walk-through bow, Livorsi shifter, and drop-in Igloo cooler, while the new Axis tower gets a Z5 hard-shell bimini with surfboard and rope storage. Upgrade options include high-fidelity Wet Sounds speakers and amps, Zero Off GPS Cruise, rider-facing Chillax seating, and the bold graphics of the Liquid Force edition.