- Stock #080150 -
FRESH WATER ONLY ! Well maintained LOTS of great extras!
When you speak, Tahoe listens. In 2005, the Missouri-based boat builder introduced the Tahoe Q8i, which was well received thanks to its upscale attitude and modest price. One comment many people had, however, was they would like all the "stuff" that's in the Q8i, but in a slightly smaller and easier to trailer and manage package.
Thus we have the brand-new Tahoe Q7i. At 20 feet, 6 inches in length and 8 feet in beam, it's over a foot shorter and 6 inches narrower than the Q8i, which definitely makes it a more compact package that's easier to get around the docks, easier to fit in the garage and, at about 500 pounds lighter than the Q8i, is easier on your tow vehicle.
In this case, however, smaller doesn't mean less. Tahoe insiders like to say the "i" in Q7i stands for "incredible." What they mean is that Tahoe's i series boats are built to impress with a comprehensive suite of standard features, including a trailer, while still keeping the price out of the red zone.
A quick look around the boat will show you what we're talking about. At the stern you'll find an oversized integrated swim platform that really reaches out over the drive. The platform has a top-folding boarding ladder that's angled away from the drive for an added measure of safety. There's also a small storage area built into the port side of the platform, which will be good for tow ropes, gloves and other gear -- and it's insulated, so it can double as a small cooler.
A step-through transom leads into the cockpit, and a cushion pulls out to go over the step in the cockpit to create a true full-beam bench seat. All the seating is covered in Extra Plush vinyl with reinforced backing and special top coatings to resist most stains and UV rays. Both the driver and passenger swivel bucket seats have flip-up bolsters and built-in suspension systems to keep things smooth when the ride gets rough.
The helm is the definition of sporty, especially the steering wheel. You'll find full instrumentation as well as a standard Lowrance depth finder. The port console includes two cup holders and a built-in draining cooler designed to be filled with ice, drinks and snacks. In the glove compartment there's a premium AM/FM CD stereo with MP3 plug-in -- another nice touch.
In the bow there's more finished storage under the seats as well as a top-folding boarding ladder and an area for an anchor along with a dedicated cleat to secure it to. The center seat in the bow lifts out to reveal a step, so you won't trash your cushion getting in and out of the boat. We can honestly say that the Q7i comes standard with everything you'd need and then some for a successful day out on the water.
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