The ZS212 rides on what Supreme has dubbed its Tapered-V hull. As the name indicates, the hull tapers toward the transom, allowing it to sit deeper in the water, thereby displacing more water to create bigger and better wakes and waves. And even at just 21 feet, this boat can displace plenty of water thanks to 4,400 pounds of available ballast alongside a whopping 81-gallon fuel tank. More than displacement went into the design of the ZS hull though. Offset chines on either side help to mitigate the effect of the prop’s rotation, which makes for even more symmetrical wakes and waves.