Wakeboard Boat Review
Supra’s SG takes a lot of cues from the popular SC, but at 23 feet 8 inches, everything is scaled up. The SG is suitable for buyers who don’t want to forego luxury features in order to get a respectable wakeboard and surf wake in a big footprint.
The SG’s interior changes include a new metal finish, a new rear Bimini, JL Audio, a refined dash, more contrast stitching and fresh flooring options. We recommend opting for the marine-grade foam flooring if you’re looking for a low-maintenance option that will last forever. Supra Swell is a surf system that gives you a wave straight out of the box, and it works well on the SG’s surf-centric hull. There’s no weight to move around when you want to switch to the opposite side, and you can transfer from side to side while riding. This hull was made to surf, and you’re only getting the most out of it if you use Swell. Supra’s Vision Touch screen is a standout on the SG. This is a big boat with plenty of extras, and the touchscreen pulls everything together at the dash to keep the captain in command. Everything is easy to find and use, and the system has some really convenient features, like a snapshot function that saves all your settings when you have the wake perfectly dialed in.