Wakeboard Boat Review
The lauded Super Air Nautique 210 is back for another year with a few upgrades to keep this notable model in line with the technology, style and performance that Nautique buyers expect. This is perfect for Nautique lovers who recognize that they don’t need the biggest wake as long as it has a great shape.
Nautique sourced JL Audio for 2016, and it can be scaled up or down based on your needs and how much you want to spend. If you don’t need a sub, bow speakers and tower cans, then you can stick with the standard sound package. It’s nice to have some options to keep the price down. New PCM direct-injection engines power the 210 and are designed specifically for the rigors of water sports. This new engine technology delivers optimal amounts of torque and speed for better responsiveness. The Nautique Surf System (NSS) is available, and it’s without question one of the best out there on the 210 hull. The Wave Plate lets you create a wave on either side without having to move ballast. On top of that, it transfers three times faster than before, and the surfer can control it with Surf Select so you’ll never struggle with timing transfers again. Use the app for the Pebble Watch to get full control of the NSS, speed and music while you’re surfing.