Wakeboard Boat Review
Centurion’s Enzo FS44 is the biggest boat in the line, and it offers some of the most customizable wakesurf waves on the water. The FS44 is for the discerning wakesurf-centric crew who wants a former flagship with luxury features and a customizable wave.
The FS44’s wake-shaping is truly progressive. One of the big things that separates a luxury boat from a budget boat is being able to tailor your wave directly from the helm, or being able to tailor your wave at all. The FS44 has the Centurion Articulating Tracking System (CATS), which is a rotating fin that controls the boat’s yaw to affect the driving and the wake. QuickSurf Pro lets you transfer your surf wave from side to side without moving weight, and the asymmetrical wing plate controls the running attitude. All these things combine for a truly head-spinning amount of wave-shaping potential, and we haven’t even gotten to ballast. Centurion released the Ramfill ballast numbers for 2016, and the FS44 tips the scales at a baffling 5,050 pounds, which is one of the highest numbers of any boat. Ramfill floods the hull by opening a gate, so it’s faster than any pump could hope to be, and it generates a crazy surf wave. The Downfire audio system, LED lighting, new base vinyl and multiple digital screens complete the luxurious interior.