Some of the biggest highlights of any Surf Expo for the wake industry are the new boats. 2014 was no different than years past. There were both new boats as well as classics that have been upgraded and re-designed. Either way, there are definitely wake vessels coming out soon that will have you drooling with envy. From hull surfaces created just for what you love (big air, big waves, or all of the above), to huge, comfy interiors, to super computers in the dash, to insane stereo systems, boat companies are making boats better than ever before.
MasterCraft showed off the new X46
Correct Craft has redesigned the ever popular Super Air Nautique 210 and 230 boats – both can now be equipped with NSS for wakesurfing. It goes without saying, they look awesome
Malibu was showing off its redesigned Wakesetter 23 LSV. It has a bunch of improvements, including the addition of Surf Gate.
The new Axis A24 was also on hand for Surf Expo goers to check out. Axis brought out the Liquid Force edition and it fit the Brostock mold perfectly with some bright green metal flake. This boat is rumored to have one of the best wakes on the planet, and it can also be equipped with the Surf Gate system.
Tigé Z3 was on hand and looking as smooth as ever.
Supra introduced the new SC series (SC 350-550). It is similar to the SA series introduced last year, but with a traditional bow. Overall the boat looks awesome
The Moomba Mojo showed off its… mojo…
Centurion unveiled the new CX44 – a center console wakeboat that looks like one of the most comfortable boats to hang out on the water in with your crew
Supreme made some noise at Surf Expo with its new boats and with signing Danny Hampson