July 16th, 2010 by pressrelease

ORLANDO, FLA (July 16, 2010) — Nautique is proud to announce the innovative Sport Nautique 200 to watersports enthusiasts. A superior multi-sport performing boat that is a hardcore ski boat for the family that also transforms to a clean, fun wake for wakeboarders, wakesurfers and wakeskaters.

The Sport Nautique 200 was built from the water up, starting with the exclusive Optimal Surface Control (OSC) hull. It’s the same hull technology used on our Ski Nautique 200, allowing the Sport 200 to ski like a tournament boat and also have a nice rampy wake for wakeboarding and a long open face wave for wakesurfing. The Sport 200 is configured with a v-drive engine, a new walk-thru rear deck design and wrap-around seating to maximize space and comfort for up to 10 people. Access the rear trunk storage thru the innovative cockpit rear seat that folds away allowing easy access to all your watersports gear.

The 200 features a built-in 40 quart cooler, asymmetric dash design, and an optional center pylon and tournament seat. In addition, the Team Edition features the Nautique LINC System with Zero-Off GPS Speed Control, FCT tower, nearly 740 pounds of ballast, swivel wakeboard and wakesurf racks and much more.

“The entire Nautique team is thrilled to offer the all-new innovative Sport Nautique 200 to multi-watersports enthusiasts around the world,” stated Nautique President/CEO Bill Yeargin. “The Sport Nautique 200 brings together multi-sport families with exceptional handling and performance for several watersport activities all in one boat,” Yeargin added.

The Sport Nautique 200 will debut for the U.S. market this weekend at the 2010 Nautique WWA Wakeboard Nationals in Sparks, NV, July 16-19.

Celebrating 85 years of excellence in the marine industry, Correct Craft, Inc. is the producer of the Nautique line of boats. The manufacturer of Nautique is known for delivering superior quality product, cutting-edge technology and exceptional service experiences. To see the complete line of Nautique boats, visit www.nautiques.com

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