Measuring in at just under 21 feet, the S211 has a deep deck that makes for high gunwales and a roomy feel. The hybrid bow joins a traditional bow with a pickle fork and contributes to the S211’s spacious feel. The S211 doesn’t need as big a towing vehicle as the larger boats in the line, and the maneuverability of a smaller boat is always a plus.
The S211’s max ballast numbers are only 100 pounds less than the S238 — the biggest boat in the line — so you can be sure of a meaty wake. And one of the great things about Supreme is a lot of that ballast fills or empties through the hull in two minutes, so you never have to look at it or mess with it. That’s called the QuickFill system, and without a doubt, it’s an advantage Supreme has over the competition.
QuickSurf enables evenly weighted surfing on whichever side you choose. Just tell the driver which side you want to surf, and it’s as easy as hitting a button. No moving weight and no more neglecting your opposite side or your goofy-footed friends.
Inside, the S211 is more luxurious than you would think for a boat of this price. That’s not to say it’s opulent, but it’s clear the workers who craft the Supreme brand take pride in their work or it wouldn’t come out looking so great.
Tough vinyl in high-style designs covers ergonomic seating in a wraparound configuration that doesn’t waste any space. The floor is marine-grade foam, and the helm is built around the SeeTouch dash, a digital screen that lets you control the boat without moving from the helm, a really impressive feature on a boat this reasonably priced. Everything at the helm is backed up by analog gauges and rocker switches, and the stereo-head unit is right by the driver’s left hand.
LOA: 20’11” | Beam: 8’6″ | Dry Weight: 4,200 lb. | Seating Capacity: 12 | Fuel Capacity: 43 gal. | supremetowboats.com