2008 Correct Craft Super Air Nautique 230 This is a Fully Loaded “Team Edition” Super Air Nautique with a matching tandem axle trailer with an amazing set of wheels and tires. Boat has the infamous PCM ZR6 motor with only 223 hours!!!! If your looking for the BEST PRICED, lowest hour premium brand wakeboard boat […]
The crossover in the Nautique line, the Sport Nautique 200 does a little of everything in an archetypal Nautique package that moves nimbly from discipline to discipline. It’s great for compromising crews who don’t need top-end results and just want to have fun.
Malibu’s Wakesetter 22 VLX is a revamp of one of the best-selling hulls in the history of inboard boats. This boat is great for just about anyone out there wanting to wakeboard and surf in an ideal size class that has every modern luxury available.
The smallest boat in the aggressively priced R Series, Tige’s R20 puts function at a premium but keeps the price low by minimizing some of the luxury you’ll find on higher-end Tige boats. Perfect for the no-nonsense buyer who is just looking to surf and ride a small boat that’s easy to trailer and store.
The Axis A20 was totally redesigned for 2016 to be even more surf friendly than before without sacrificing the features, performance and value that made this little boat a standout in previous iterations.
The new Bryant 233X Surf Edition is a new model from Bryant Boats, and it’s a very different sort of runabout. This boat has the new Volvo Penta Forward Drive, and is rigged to the teeth for wake surfing, wakeboarding, and other watersports. Check out this video boat review, to see just how unique the […]
All new for 2016, the Moomba Craz fills out the middle of the line with a fresh running surface and a sleek traditional bow. The Craz is for recreational wakeboarders and surfers who want a budget boat without a threadbare interior.
One of the most hallowed hulls in the inboard market, the Malibu Wakesetter 23 LSV has a reputation that precedes it. It’s great for buyers seeking a near-perfect wake, a large hull and an overall look that’s as good as anything on the water.
Almost 2 feet longer than the other traditional-bow Axis, the T23 is deceptively big. It’s perfect for those who crave a traditional bow with a big wake and surf potential that’s low maintenance and a great value.
The biggest boat in the line, the Supra SE rolled out last year and got some interior upgrades for 2016. The SE is for the Supra fan who wants to bring everyone wakeboarding and surfing with ramps worthy of pulling the 2015 Pro Wake Tour.
Malibu’s Wakesetter 20 VTX is the company’s luxury multisport boat with a hull that compromises as well as any inboard on the water. If you’re looking for a wakeboard boat that can still pull recreational slalom in the Malibu line, this is your boat.
With a big redesign last year, you wouldn’t think there would be much new on the Mojo, but Moomba threw in some nuggets to keep buyers coming back for more. The Mojo is perfect for bigger crews who don’t want to pay a lot for a better wakeboard experience, recreational surfing and a finished interior.
Supra’s wake titan made a big impact on the scene when it was first introduced, and for 2016, the company redesigned the SA. The SA is for crews that need pro-level wake potential and demand the latest and greatest in Supra’s technology.
The budget-friendly Supreme S238 is a first for the company, and it brings a few standout performance and interior features that are really going to impress you. This boat is great for the recreational first- or second-time buyer who wants more space but doesn’t want to pay for a lot of luxury features.
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