The S tacked onto the 206 Cayman’s name stands for seating, acknowledging how Robalo borrowed the passenger-friendly bow layout of the 246 Cayman in order to make this shallow-draft bay boat a more versatile choice for cruising and family duty.
Snap-in bow cushions create a U-shaped lounge recessed just below the forward casting deck, with four feet of stretch-out legroom both port and starboard, and a filler cushion in the forward platform step. Removable backrests on beefy billet arms slide into place for forward-facing backrests. A shallow coaming bolster adds an additional layer of comfort and security. Another seat awaits in front of the console with a full-height backrest and sturdy handrails to each side. At the helm, the double-wide leaning post features a flip-over backrest to let crew members focus attention aft. Twin jump seats are also integrated into the aft casting deck, their supportive seat backs pivoting into view on smoothly operating hinges.