Length 22 ft. 4 in.
Beam 102 in.
Seating capacity 12
Fuel capacity 47 gal.
Test prop Acme 13×12 3-blade
Test engine MerCruiser MX Black Scorpion 6.2L MPI, 340 HP
Top speed 46.7 mph 5,200 rpm
Accel. to 30 mph 5.2 sec. 127.2 ft.
Accel. to 36 mph 7.4 sec. 219.9 ft.
Noise levels (db) Neutral 68 D 66 R, 36 mph 92 D 97 R
You know that feeling when you rearrange the furniture in the
living room and suddenly the whole house looks fresh? That’s
what happened when Tigé looked at the interior of a
traditional inboard ski boat and decided to redesign it on the 22I
Limited to maximize rear viewing potential.
The result is a truly unique layout that takes full advantage of
this super-sized direct-drive wakeboard boat. Rear seats in the
transom get passengers as close to the wakeboarding action as
possible without being in the water. The seats are also engineered
to even out the weight. The engine box is no longer a hindrance,
it’s a throne. Reclining on that rear-facing seat, you get
the ultimate view worthy of a king. Single seats on each side of
the box allow you to hold court in comfort.
But the best seats in the world don’t mean much without a
top-flight show to watch. Luckily, the 22i delivers great wakes
with its ConvexV hull and TAPS system. There’s plenty to like
about the peaks, transitions and landing zones. Riders can launch
off clean double-ups while passengers stay secure as the boat
solidly slices through.
Amid all the activity, the driver will love the comfortable
swivel seat with TAPS, Clarion marine audio system with driver
remote and other controls that are easily accessible. There’s
also netting storage for the driver, as well as a side compartment
in the bow walk-through and twin gull-wing storage lockers in the
For style and performance, the 22i Limited is full of fresh
•Tige has incorporated the new ConvexV hull into the 22i
•This big fella is a size leader in direct-drive wakeboard
•The interior layout is like nothing else, from its twin
rear corner seats to the engine box throne to the nonskid step-over
•The new ConvexV hull puts the transom lower in the water
at wakeboarding speeds, while the TAPS plate fine-tunes how extreme
the wakes get.
•Lots of storage space throughout the boat.
•Handling is strong and solid thanks in part to heavy-duty