At 21' 8", the 216CC is just two feet shorter than the 236CC, but offers the same 101" beam and similar amenities. Whether fisherman or family, this boat offers a little something for everyone. Let's start with the anglers. The first thing you will notice is all the rod holders — twelve are standard, not including the molded-in rod storage in the gunnels. Add the optional canvas t-top and you get eight more. The bow cushions can be removed and the rear seats folded down to serve as bow and stern casting platforms. A bow fishing seat and pedestal is optional. At the helm is a leaning post, 74-quart Engel cooler, real tempered glass windshield, and a large flat space for a GPS or other 3rd party electronic display. A 14-gallon stern live well is standard, and the front bow cooler can be upgraded to a second live well. A trolling motor mount and harness are also optional. The optional raw water wash-down, along with a self-bailing cockpit and optional seagrass flooring, makes cleanup a breeze at the end of the day.
For families, the up to 10-person layout allows easy movement about the boat. Multiple coolers and cup holders ensure that no one is without a beverage or a place to store it. With kids on board, the upgrade of the changing compartment to a head compartment is an easy choice. Storage is abundant throughout. Optional filler cushions create a large space in the bow, perfect for sunbathing or playing and napping. Other popular options include Fusion stereo upgrades, a Blue LED package (underwater and speaker lighting), and Yamaha Command Link gauges. Canvas options include an optional canvas t-top or a Sunbrella bimini top, depending on your preference.