Length: 22’6″
Beam: 96″
Dry weight: 3,550 lbs
Ballast: 1,800 lbs
Passenger capacity: 11
MSRP: As low as $51,199
https://heydaywakeboats.com/models/wt-2dc/

About Heyday:
Heyday continues to lead the wake sports industry revolution with its lineup that puts wake quality above everything else. Built from the bottom up to make a superior wake, its signature hull shape and angled transom is designed to displace more water and create a better surf pocket. Unlike other brands’ over-engineered and over-priced boats, Heyday’s unique combination of performance and value is a hit with everyone from the pros to the family down the street. Because it’s all about wake, tunes, crew.

About the WT-2 DC:
The wake-ready WT-2DC boasts an overall length of 22’ 6″ and an 11-person capacity. Its dual console layout makes for an extremely comfortable interior from bow to stern. The massive bow seating area is complete with port and starboard adjustable armrests, the cockpit offers wraparound seating and full windshield, and the aft ‘hot tub’ seats safely get passengers closer to the surf action. The WT-2DC features a walkthrough to the swim platform with a transom step, perfect for prepping for the next ride. There’s also plenty of storage thanks to a spacious ski locker and under-seat storage throughout the boat.

Dual Console Cockpit
The interior layout features a spacious and well-appointed cockpit with wraparound seating, plenty of under-seat storage, and a portside storage locker. A wraparound windshield with opening center panel allows easy access to the massive bow seating area.

Transom Walkthrough
A non-skid walkthrough connects the cockpit to the water-level swim platform. It features an integrated transom step, which creates a convenient prep area for riders.

Metal Flake Gel Color
Heyday’s signature hull really pops with the addition of metal flake gel color. The metal flake option is now available in Kiwi Green, Impulse Blue, Scarlet Red and Bright Orange.

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