4 Red-Hot Models
Most of the boats on the water, by far, are dominated with white hullsides and traditional windshields. They're less costly to build that way and easier for owners to maintain. Some buyers, though, want a look with mroe punch. They might want to match that appeal with the unmistakable sound of engine power. A lot of it has to do with machismo, but from our experience in these boats, this type of package can make the boating experience more fun.
If we have to include one cuddy in this specialized runabout lineup, the 220SX is the obvious choice. It rides on Stingray's Z-plane hull, which, in a nutshell, lessens water friction and allows for a higher engine mount, also reducing speed-robbing drag. The closed deck ushers airflow over the boat, whereas air runs directly through a bowrider. Rig the 220SX with max power, and without a doubt, you'll run past every family boat on the lake—unless there's another Stingray out there.
Boating Life Magazine