What does the best wakeboard boat look like? Engineers and designers from Axis Boats, Malibu Boats, MasterCraft Boats, Nautique Boats, Supra Boats, and Tige Boats ask themselves that question every year. And every year, we enjoy the fruits of that exercise, riding behind wakeboard boats with perfectly sculpted wakes, über-functional towers and brilliant LCD displays. Here’s a closer look at the best wakeboard boat innovations of 2011.
Once you drive a boat with a dashboard control system, you’ll never want to drive a boat without one. They make life easier, they look really cool and they’re fun to use. Check out photos, videos and reviews of the best wakeboard boat dash systems of 2011.
The 2011 Tige 22Ve wakeboard boat has plenty of pedigree. Its 24-foot-long sibling is the official tow boat of the Tige Pro-Am Wakeboard Championships, and Tige’s Ve series boats have been towing Team Tige riders like Erik Ruck, Nick Weinacker and Daniel Watkins for years.
If we didn’t know better, we’d think Tigé Boats had outsourced the design of its new TigéTouch touch-screen control system to Apple. After all, the influence of the iPhone’s clean, attractive design and intuitive navigation is all over TigéTouch’s 6.5-inch full-color multimedia display. TigéTouch also shares some of the iPhone’s do-it-all function, managing all of […]
Wakeboard Boat Review Tigé’s aim with the 22Vé was to maintain the high-quality wakes of the larger 24Vé, but add the quick handling and maneuverability possible with a smaller wakeboard boat. At 22 feet, the Tigé 22Vé is more nimble. And we appreciated that Tigé gave us a test boat with the optional 900-pound ballast […]