This new, limited production, Bass Cat leaves nothing on the I need list. At 21' 5 this new Cat is a monster, with ratings for up to a 350 engine. It is pretty nimble as it jumps out of the hole in a handful of seconds, and reaches a GPS top end from high 60's to mid 70's. Speed, of course, will depend on factors such as load, power and water conditions.
In the mid 2000 era Bass Cat sidelined the Jaguar name until a boat was built that was worthy of that iconic heritage started in 1996. This Jaguar has achieved that goal!
This rig is designed to address a luxury bass boat market in unmatched style. It is a massive rig with a huge deck expanse including a 6' casting deck (width). Overall there are eight (8) storage areas between the bow and console, including two of the most innovative tackle organizing systems to date!
The front deck includes those two tackle organizing storages, dual rod lockers, net scabbard, two additional storages, a helmet box for two helmets in the deck step, and a 34 quart cooler with sandwich tray.
Seating is cockpit style in a deep body and includes a cubby to the fire
extinguisher and a throw pocket under the drivers and passengers bucket style seats. There is also a pivoting center seat for a third passenger.
Anglers will find three (3) rod storage compartments, which includes an added left hand 8' passenger rod storage box located in the rear deck. This offers a 6 1/2' rear casting deck width, you will also find a
passenger storage compartment, spare prop and oil storage and a very unique spare trolling motor compartment behind the seats, which also serves for life vest storage. Options on most other top of the line rigs will probably be found as standards on this Big Cat. Standards such as; a security system, lighted storages areas, dual rear view mirrors on console, Sony iPod USB Stereo, fully deployable
telescoping hinges boarding ladder, built in LED recessed bow light, and a four (4) bank charger all standard. As for the Bass Cat Jaguar Trailer, a Grab Post and step at the tongue, dual axle brakes on a tandem axle trailer ... all standard.
Everything is over the top on this 2012 Bass Cat Jaguar.
Beam: 7 ft. 10 in.
Fuel tank capacity: 53