The Bimini top for safe sun, sound equipment, board racks and cargo
No wakeboat is complete without a proper towing arch. The arch gets to tow a bit high so that wakeboarders have the scope and height of rope to get over high wakes and make spectacular jumps
Skipjack’s hull is 100-percent hand-laid fiberglass, supported by a massivefore and aft spruce stringer system encapsulated in three-ouncemat and 24-ounce roving.
Skipjack 262 Fly BridgeBack on deck, a welded,stainless ladder to starboard leads to the fly bridge, which offers exceptional visibility all around the boat. A huge storage compartmentis located behind the helm, and the passenger seat folds downto form a comfortable lounge. The console is laid out in a wrap around fashion that affords easy viewing of all gauges, and there islots of room for flush-mounting electronics.
Moving forward, I really liked the level bow, which also is covered in molded nonskid and surrounded by a welded, waist-high rail. The entire area is cleanand uncluttered, making for an incredibly stable platform- something anyone who loves scrambling to the bow and casting to fish will appreciate. Skipjack made special note of the sturdy pulpit, whichis five inches thick at its base and features a toe rail; no doubtit was designed by someone who liked casting baits to marlin and swordfish.