Advantage XT

Advantage XT photo

Hull Specifications

Advantage XT technical drawing
Length: 6.96 m / 22'10"
Beam: 2.34 m / 92"
Side: 86.36cm x 3.175mm / 34" x .125" (5052-)
Btm Width: 1.83m x 4.83mm / 72" x .190" (5052)
Dry Weight: 636.84 kg / 1785 lbs.
Deadrise: Bow: 28° Forward: 23° Transom: 14°
Fuel Cap: 159 L / 42 USG diurnal fuel system
Max HP: 150kw / 200HP
Max Cap: 6 persons or 990lb, (450kg)
2090lb, (950kg) with motor, persons, gear

Standard Features

  • 25″ Single engine offshore bracket with integral bottom sheet
  • Full width diamond tread plate swim platform
  • Extruded chine, toe rail, & keel strip
  • Full reverse chine bottom design
  • 5 piece welded, walkthrough windshield with grab handles
  • Recessed self-bailing bow with bow box
  • Bow storage (room for additional batteries)
  • Floor storage compartment
  • Passenger console w/ grab handle
  • Side storage trays with gunwale rod racks – 2 per side
  • Welded double bow eye
  • 2 – welded stern eyes
  • 5 – 8″ welded cleats
  • Transducer brackets
  • Pressure tested subfloor fuel cell – diurnal system compliant
  • Vinyl sides graphics – Choice of 8 colors: White, Black, Green, Flame Red, Currant Red, Light Blue, Dark Blue, Gunmetal Gray
  • Color matched granite paint on topside, windows and interior
  • Standard folding seats on fixed-height pedestals w/ locking seat swivels
  • Heavy duty two bow canvas top and side curtains
  • Vinyl covered marine grade plywood floors
  • 2 Stainless steel cup holders
  • Carpeted side walls
  • Removable navigation & anchor lights w/storage clips
  • Instrument panel package includes: fuel gauge, power point, 5 marine grade lighted switches, blank hole for optional tach and speedo, 6 gang fuse panel and USB port
  • Stainless steel marine horn
  • Fuel/water separator
  • Bilge pump
  • Heavy duty rotary steering

Build It

“Ride, safety, comfort and piece of mind.”

– Ed R. , Elk Grove, CA

Deadrise Defined

Deadrise schematic

Take the guesswork out of selecting the right hull design. Duckworth Boats provide three points of measurement on the hull. Each angle is engineered for optimal performance.