22 is very small. Most boats this size have very little eqip as very little is necessary to sail lakes / inshore waters. Whatever is necessary will already make the boat pretty loaded.
Yet, some boats of this size will have many toys, radar included.
In any voyage where I might run into any risk of getting lost
, I would still like to have (budget permitting) a small GPS plotter AND the paper chart. Budget
not permitting, a paper chart. In some areas a little plotter will have an edge over paper chart - e.g. in fjord type of coast with many rocks and side chanels. If the coast is miles of sandy beach, then you will be very happy with just a paper chart.
Another thing worth having is some sort of radio
to pick up the weather forecast
. The type depends on what the best source of forecast
there is in your area.
, can be outboard
, is also very nice to have.
Nav lights, if you plan to sail at night.
, if you plan to sail alone.
Just imagine the area you want to use your boat in, then if you can do without something, do without it.