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1990 Mako 221CC

1990 Mako 221CC


Cooper City, Florida

Year 1990

Make Mako

Model 221CC

Category Center Consoles

Length 22

Posted 2 Days Ago

Look at this list of work that has been completed: Replaced starboard hatch covers, side rod box holders (starboard), deck hatches, black powder-coated tube work. The helm has new electronics, LED lights, and wiring from front to back. New onboard charging system with recently replaced batteries. Two new bilge pumps and plumbing. New saltwater washdown with plumbing and all new thru-hull valves and fittings in 2021. The trailer bunks, carpet, and 2 torsion axles have been replaced. Tires and spare are recent. Two new aluminum diamond plate fenders and steps, a new 2" tongue receiver and replaced wiring above the waterline LED lights. WOW! Stock #259768 ***SALE PENDING*** Nice condition Mako 221CC with a 2017 Evinrude 250 HP engine still under warranty. Many upgrades throughout! Look no further, here is a classic Mako 221CC that has been overhauled and ready to hit the water. She is powered by a 2017 250hp Evinrude E-TEC HO engine that is under warranty. There is a newly installed closed-in transom and bracket added, along with a 100-gallon tar/epoxy coated aluminum fuel tank. The cockpit has an updated leaning post with upholstery and redone cushions on all forward seating as well. Comes with a custom folding T-top for those low clearance bridges and easy transport. The helm houses a digital Envinrude display, Lowrance Gen 2 GPS unit, Fusion stereo system, VHF, trim tabs, easy access battery switches, and all of the boat flip switches, all professionally mounted. WOW, what a great-looking helm station. There is a Safefloor Unlimited Rubber coating on deck (unbelievably comfortable on feet during a long day of fishing). Upgraded Taco outriggers that have an added sunshade for the rear of the boat. This Mako boat comes with a Magic Tilt trailer, included in the price of the boat sale. Don't miss out on your opportunity to own this Mako fishing machine!

1998 MAKO BOATS 221 CC

1998 MAKO BOATS 221 CC


Seminole, Florida

Year 1998


Model 221 CC

Category Aft Cabin

Length 22'

Posted Over 1 Month

1998 MAKO BOATS 221 CC This Classic Mako was repowered with a 2007 Evinrude E tec 225hp with 1050 hours! It also comes with a 2015 TNT trailer! The boat does have vhf, depth sounder, gps, fish finder, trim tabs, swim step, bumpers, 2 live wells, 14 rod holders, flares, and life jackets. The boat cruises at 30 to 32 mph and tops at 44mph! The boat is kept in Tampa! Mako 221 CC Review "I believe the 221 provides as much working space as many 25-footers, thanks to the design of the transom and bow."It was one of those days that makes you feel glad to be alive: beautiful sunshine, a cloudless sky and a moderate breeze from tile southeast -- just enough to ruffle the water. We fished two identical boats out of Naples on Florida's southwest coast. This opportunity to profile identical boats with different engines promised to be of real interest. Performance The Mako 221 proved to be a stable driftfishing platform without much roll for a 22footer. Predictability -- the characteristic I like best in a boat -- was ill great evidence. There wasn't a moment when the 221 didn't do exactly what I expected. High-speed turns carve nicely without throwing you out of the cockpit, and the trim tabs make all the difference in the world. What a remarkably smooth ride when you drop that bow just a touch. In fact, tile range of tab adjustment is exceptional and not so responsive that you need to keep tapping the switch back and forth to get the running attitude you want. Rather, response is slow enough to be able to adjust efficiently. All in all, the Mako 221 offers a superbly dry, smooth ride. ADVERTISING As you might expect, when running a Mercury 150 OptiMax and a Merc 200 EFI Offshore side by side, the EF1 smoked on start-up, and the OptiMax didn't. The EFI was also louder. Other differences included tile 2(X) sporting a prop with 2 inches more pitch than the t50, meaning it takes a bigger bite of the water, getting up on plane /aster and idling at a faster speed. In fact, the 200 proved to be too fast for trolling live halt. I believe the emphasis on top speed is nothing more than a marketing gimmick for most boats, here's why: I achieved a top speed of 44 mph on the 200 with a time to plane at a hair over two seconds. Top speed with the 150-hp engine was 40 mph, taking four seconds to plane. The 2(X) is noisier, less fuel-efficient and heavier. So for 4 mph you sacrifice a little time to plane and a lot of fuel. But here's the interesting reality, check: You can cruise comfortably at 31 mph at 4,000 rpm with the 200 and 30.3 mph with the 150 -- only 0.7 mph difference. Also, the ISO OptiMax will supply a 35- to 40-percent savings in fuel -- double that at trolling speed -- and uses half the oil. It seems a no-brainer that a 150, whether an OptiMax or standard engine, is the better choice for this Mako. Fishing I believe the 221 provides as much working space as many 25-footers, thanks to the design of the transom