Hull: A lot of riders don't want a ski boat posing as a wakeboard boat. No problems here. This hull has a deep-V design with a 16-degree deadrise at the transom, so it's going to dig into the water for bigger wakes, and it'll get through double-ups without blinking. Also gotta mention here that Sanger still uses wood-core composite stringers as the heart of its hull, as it's done for most of its 50-plus-year history. Hand-laminated fiberglass sheeted in throughout makes this look like just any other boat, but the solid structure and vibration-dampening that the Aqua Beam wood provides means this isn't like other boats.