By: Scott Way
Kingfisher Boats, one of Canada's leading aluminum boat manufacturers, has released two new models for 2022. The all-new 1925 Arrow Sport and 2125 Arrow Sport will mark the latest additions to their Multi-Species Series of fishing boats.
The new 2125 and 1925 Arrow Sport models will add to Kingfisher's growing line of multi-species boats, which also includes the Accord Sport and Flex Sport lineups.
Both hulls are fully-welded heavy gauge aluminum hulls designed for hardcore fishing in nearly any conditions. Kingfisher's hull technology comes from their proprietary Pre-Flex® Hull process, wherein the builders arch the hull sides towards the load or water to strengthen the hull's capability to handle pressure and/or impact. The manufacturing technique creates increased strength, impact resistance, sound dampening, fuel efficiency, and a smoother ride in rough water conditions.
Other standout features on the new models include a SureCatch™ track system for rod management and repositioning, a bonded glass windshield, in-floor ski storage compartment, and two aerated livewells. The bow also includes storage for 11 rods, and space for 4 additional rods in the cockpit. An oversized dash leaves ample room for flush mounted electronics, and an optional Sport Package includes a removable ski tow pylon, as well as bow cushions and an upgraded stereo system.
The specs for each model can be seen below:
Arrow 1925 / 2125 Sport
Length Overall 19' / 21'
Beam 8'0" / 8' 6"
Side Height 2'5" / 2' 7"
Bottom Width 6'10" / 7' 3"
Transom Height 25" / 25"
Livewell Capacity 24 USG / 24 USG
Approx Dry Weight 1625 lbs / 1995 lbs
Deadrise Variable 18° / 18°
Maximum HP 200 HP / 350 HP
Fuel Capacity 35 USG 132 L / 55 USG 208 L
Side 0.125 / 0.125
Bottom 0.190 / 0.190
You can get the first look at the new models in the gallery below: