Wakeboard Boat Review
Supra’s wake titan made a big impact on the scene when it was first introduced, and for 2016, the company redesigned the SA. The SA is for crews that need pro-level wake potential and demand the latest and greatest in Supra’s technology.
The old SA had aesthetics, but the new one takes it to a whole different level. There’s a completely overhauled interior and exterior design that has too many features to list. An anodized finish on machined aluminum, a refined dash, and new flooring options, including marine grade foam, are just a few of the hits. The redesign also included functionality. There’s a rear/center flip seat like on the SE, new surf lockers in the back, and now the SA has two separate coolers. There’s also speed control and audio right on the steering wheel, and it even has a backup camera. The whole boat is deeper and wider than ever before as well, which was one of the few things the old SA was lacking. When it’s time to surf, you don’t have to switch any weight around after your wakeboard session; just go into the touchscreen, select which side you want to surf, and adjust with the bigger-than-ever wake plate. That’s it. Supra Swell takes care of the rest.