The Caracal name is a throwback to the 17 foot hot rod version that dominated performance on the 1990’s Top 100 Tour. The heritage of the name is what we preserve in this longer, wide-bodied hull, drawing a new base to the Bass Cat name.
This floor plan has received accolades from its owners. Innovative features include the net scabbard in the port deck, tool rail and ruler slot, tandem (2) aft storages, off-center rod storage, and even a rod locker for your partner. A day use box has been returned to the front like the early 1990’s Caracal II model.
The rear deck accommodates massive triangular livewells, and a large starboard storage box. Power Pole pump access can be exposed under the removable port storage box tray. Stainless cup holders for your favorite partner(s) have been placed throughout the boat.
There are several fuel configuration options to customize your range, layout, and performance needs (pg. 19). The optional dual rear 26 gal tanks open up seat and step storage along the bench. This model is turning heads with its deeper hull and broad deck. It has paved the way in our wide-body concepts that continue to evolve.