Wakeboard Boat Review
The smallest boat in the G Series sports many of the same elements and wakes of the bigger boys, but in a smaller, more manageable package. This boat is exemplary for the crew that needs a smaller boat but still demands pro-level wakes.
Nautique Surf System (NSS) switches three times faster for 2016, and it has a Surf Switch that the rider holds so you’ll nail your transfers every time. To be really type A, opt for the Pebble Watch app that can control NSS, music and speed. You even have the option of an instant switch or a three-second delay, so there’s no dance between you and the driver about when the wave is going to switch. The G21 sports 2,850 pounds and it’s all subfloor, which is crucial because it frees up compartments for storage without sacrificing lounge space. It’s important to note too that with 2,850 pounds of internal ballast, the G21 has the same numbers as the 23-footer, so you’re still getting those coveted G Series wakes. Nautique released new graphics options for 2016 and a redesigned hull side that has some sleek textured cutouts to give the boat more dimension on the water. Inside there’s textured vinyl, high-density foam, convertible seating, and perfect fit and finish.