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2015 Supreme S21Original owner, title in hand, purchased and maintained at NW Boat Sports215 HoursChallenger 5.7L V8Surf tab surf system3,200 LBS ballast upgradeCruise controlLED lights, inside and underwaterBiminiBow wind dividerBow filler cushionMooring / towing coverSamsom swivel board racksDual batteriesGatorStep, non-skid marine flooring addedCustom silent exhaustStereo - All Bluetooth- 4 - 8” Wetsounds tower speakers- 10" Wetsounds sub- 2 Amps (Wetsounds and Rockford Fosgate)- Wetsounds cabin speakersTrailer- Factory aluminum wheels with matching spare- LED lights- Tandem Axle w/ disc brakes- Swing TongueThis boat is meticulously maintained and cared for, detailed after every use, and always garaged. The surf wave on this Supreme is far from stock, I have worked hard to customize it and it works better than many boats on the water!The rough water ride and safe feel of Supreme boats is second to none! I’m excited to get this boat to its next home! Located in Tigard, de-winterized and ready to ride today. Be ready for a warm spring and early summer! Plenty more pictures available if you're interested in details.
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New to the forum, decided on Supreme, unsure of the model. Love the look of these, and the build quality without all the electronic toys that are, IMO, not very useful but very expensive. Great hull, fantastic engines wrapped in quality product. Hoping some of you on here can shed some light. Moving from Four Winns I/O to Supreme. Family of four, we all waterski (I know for some of you, that is weird) but making open water cuts at 31 mph on glass like water is a rush I can't kick. However, the allure of surfing is growing and will be doing some wakeboarding. Kids ski too as does the admiral, but surfing is something we'll be doing more of as well. I'd say 70/25/5 skiing/surfing/wakeboarding. I am looking for a boat that will do all three, but skiing and surfing are the bigger priorities. The dealer is trying to get me to go from the S202 (with larger engine) which is my choice to the S211 or even S238. His premise is that I will eventually want the room. Apparently the storage on the S202 is not ideal and not big enough to handle a crowd. My counters are: 1: I actually don't want boat leaches...just close friends and family. I don't want 10 people sucking on my fuel on my dime all day. I figure 4 adults and 4 kids or me and 4-5 buddies or three couples. The dealer is saying how my kids will grow and need more space. My counter... tough luck, if they don't like my boat, than can get their own! 2: I am getting a tow boat to be behind it as well as drive it. If I have 11 people, I gotta wait my turn...might as well turn myself into a boat leach and simply bring the beverages. 3: Bigger boats make bigger wakes...and they are a mean woman to cross. 20' is the ideal length IMO for a crossover boat. 4. If the boat is full of people (say 6-7 adults), how much do the bags need to be filled, can't I use the storage in the back. The equation being more people, less PNP ballast required? I remember 25 years ago, we'd wakesurf behind a DD Malibu with bag pilled high on the transom and still pulled some tricks. How much wake is required nowadays? 5. The fun factor seems to be lost by the dealer here...I am not looking to join the waterski/surf/ wakeboard tour, just have fun with the family and some friends. What to you guys think?
If you're a boater in IL or MI, these laws will definitely affect you this year. Please share the information with your boating friends and have a safe season on the water! http://www.daily-journal.com/sports/outdoors/new-laws-toughen-on-impaired-boating-require-ski-flags/article_9c7dc097-3c29-5f1b-b76a-4d0d14c5aaa0.html