The Rayglass 2200 and 2350 are the two smallest boats in the Legend range. Despite their smaller size, they have just as much to offer as larger vessels, especially for keen recreational fishermen.

Let’s take a closer look at these two boats and dig into why they’re so well-suited to boaters who love to get out and reel in the big fish.

Thoughtful features to make fishing easier

Getting out on the water and having fun should be hassle-free and easy. The Rayglass Legend 2200 and 2350 are packed with thoughtful design features that make sure that’s the case when you go out.

Both boats are surprisingly lightweight and easy to handle, even if you’ve only got a two-man crew. They’re also small enough to easily tow on the road, so taking them to the bach or away for a weekend trip is never a hassle. There are hidden rod lockers on board so you can keep all your valuable stuff safe on the boat instead of taking it out and loading it back in every time you head out.

Once you’re out there, you’ll enjoy the high, padded gunnels, perfect for comfortably leaning against the side of the boat while you wait for a bite.

Self-draining cockpits and underfloor bins make sure the deck is never cluttered or flooded, while an optional live bait tank is a fantastic addition if you’re trying to catch the big stuff. Cleaning up is easy too, thanks to the included saltwater washdown hose.

Premium finish and smooth ride

If you’re not on the right vessel, long fishing trips can be niggly and uncomfortable. Rayglass build our 2200 and 2350 with this in mind, including premium finishes and interior throughout for your comfort. We also consider every element of our boat’s build to guarantee an extremely smooth ride.

That means fishing on the 2200 and 2350 is always comfortable.

Don’t believe us? Drop into our Mt Wellington showroom or get in touch soon and experience the Rayglass Legend 2200 and 2350 for yourself.

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