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ANNOUNCEMENT: Official 2016 Supreme Boats S238 Model Details and Photos

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CrewAdmin    193

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This is the official 2016 Supreme Boats S238 Model release thread. Teaser post will be made throughout the following week until the final release of the 2016 Supreme Boats S238 Model on July 31st, 2015 at 1pm PST (4pm EST). The first teaser photo is below.

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stoked    1,042

It's July 25th...

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CrewAdmin    193

Hope you are not insinuating that we cannot get it right? Like the dealers we are following the directions from Fineline.

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stoked    1,042

We're just kidding, given the other thread, half of us don't think this thing exists ;-)

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Stretch    409

Supreme boats Instagram says release is July 31

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Nick213    586

Maybe it needed time to grow up, they'll be calling it a 25 foot boat on the release date ;)

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viking    481

^^ Nick you are not too far off base with that comment. I'll bet it won't be long and all manufacturers will be touting a 25'ftr. after the Release of Malibu's 25LSV

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rockballer    162

Subscribed... can't wait to see what supreme has coming out. ☺

 

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DarksideR    1,678

Why am I not surprised to STILL not see any actuall information or pics or video...?

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rockballer    162
^^ Nick you are not too far off base with that comment. I'll bet it won't be long and all manufacturers will be touting a 25'ftr. after the Release of Malibu's 25LSV

WOW. 19 person... that things a mobile sex machine. Supreme and and centurion need to do something to stand out and own it. How about a 28' 25 person boat. That would raise some eyebrows. LOL

 

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Stretch    409

You on a dry streak rock?

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h20king    795

Just spent over an hour crawling through every inch of the 238. It is a beast and is everything I had hoped it would be. By far the best looking fineline designed supreme to date. The new vinyl is awesome and overall the boat is we'll thought out. Will be doing a demo soon and if the wave is as good as rumored we will be putting our 226 up for sale at the end of the season. And putting in our order in January at the boat show. Wish I had pics but my dealer is playing by the rules and would not let me take any.

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tprice    121

I just crawled through it too. It's bigger but no game changer!!

I'm one if those guys who uses the bow a lot so I prefer my. 226 bow.

It's a big boat though and can take a lot if weight so super anxious to see the wave.

I also want to see a new 226 with the new tab on back and what's the difference it does to the wave. I can see it's purpose just need to see in action.

Whether or not I get a 238 I would be interested in putting the new tab on

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rockballer    162
You on a dry streak rock?

Ha. ... I'm married. Legally signed up for years of drought ;)

 

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viking    481

Good Point TPRICE. Main reason I bought the 226 was the bow. I personally like the pickle design

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rockballer    162

Ima call my dealer and see if they have one in. Want to see the new tab in person and see if I can add it on my avy

 

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Stretch    409

You CAN add anything. Exhibit a: jet drive

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h20king    795

Good Point TPRICE. Main reason I bought the 226 was the bow. I personally like the pickle design

Bow space looked to be the same size to me. I like the picke fork as well but the new bow design is awesome. Like I said it is still a core surf boat without all the digital stuff you don't need. Boat comes with quick fill plug and play rear sacks and plug and play bow sacks. Wish I could post pics

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tprice    121

The bow seemed to be about 20-30% smaller , may be just an illusion cause the. 226 slopes in the front and the 238 is a bit more squared/vertical .

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duramat    464

It's been a while since we've had a good Po thread

 

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boatnut    230

It's been said.. It's not a game changer in respect to technology, but seems to be in price to performance.... Is this what's being said??

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h20king    795

Yep price and styling and performance. A huge surf boat with all the things you need and nothing you don't need. All the pro's are saying it has the best wave out there when set up with more than stock ballast

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