Karnic 2250 Bluewater
Engine: Mercury 200hp Verado
Engine hours: 375 TBC
Service History: 2023-2010 (various invoices)
Trailer: Not included
2008 Karnic Bluewater 2250,
This style of boat is very popular with it’s large rear deck space and walk around bow area for ease of handling. This boat is turn key ready for the 2023 season, boat also comes with full paper work and service history.
Layout and design
When climbing aboard the Karnic Bluewater 2250 for a closer look, the deck was set up to suit a typical day out on the water with family and friends. Of particular note were the full-length infill benches extending right through to the side steps of the cab walkaround and a drop-in table making it as good as it gets for trailer boat sociability, and this is all supplied as standard on the Karnic Bluewater 2250.
If that seating arrangement isn’t needed, then leave the infill benches at home and keep the smaller port and starboard stern seats for passengers, or simply just leave the lot behind or in the cab to create an open dancefloor for the big fishing days.
The captain’s double helm seat which, when flipped forward, reveals a small gas cooker and plumbed sink. This is a feature not normally included as standard on trailer boats and it’s one that definitely appeals to family’s as there is nothing better than a breakfast cook-up or fresh fish if available.
With a 2.5m beam the cockpit and helm section is quite spacious and still leaves enough room for a decent walkaround to the bow. The dash layout is kept low for good vision through the screens, with plenty of space for gauges and small electronics.
On the port side is access to a generously-spaced and deep cabin with side pocket storage and under-bunk mounted head that’s flushable. Again, for the family this a great feature to have on board.
Handling and ride
Powered with the 200hp four-stroke Mercury Verado outboard motor, the Karnic Bluewater 2250 is nippy out of the hole, and gets to a wide open throttle speed of 38kts which is flying along – and impressive.
Back at civilised speeds of 20-25kts, you can expect a comfortable ride in moderate conditions offshore and a very economical fuel burn & long range travel is no issue on the Bluewater 2250.
Settling down to idle and slow troll speeds, the Bluewater 2250 boasts stability and again economical fuel burn. At 1500rpm you can sit at a troll speed of around 7kts and burn a mere 4.8lt/h. At rest, stability was very good and great for long days of bottom-bashing offshore.
Like all boats, there is always a compromise and with the 2250 being a bit more of a stylish family boat it doesn’t have that perfect fishing weapon layout, but for what it is, what it has and what it could have, this Karnic is not a bad package at all.
One owner from new (2008) from Yellow Penguin, Poole Dorset.
- Electro Hydraulic steering
- Extended Swiming platforms.
- Full canvas enclosure with side screens.
- Cockpit tonneau cover.
- All over winter cover.
- Chemical toilet (used)
- Pair cockpit sunbeds
- Pair single side seats.
- Cockpit table.
- VHF DSC with antenna.
- Garmin GPS and fish finder.
- Stainless steel bathing ladder.
- Delta anchor with chain warp.
- Additional stainless handrails.
- Single burn gas hob.
- Kenwood radio.
- Rod holders.
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