Ski Supreme V212

Phone: 510.651.8400

To come up with this all-new boat for 2007, the Supreme crew obviously did a lot of thinking. They looked at their line and took what makes the V208 such a great performer at a compact size. Then they looked at the V232 and how that boat rocks with some styling amenities, including a custom dash, stainless-steel vents and cross-curve windshield. The result of that thought is the V212, a nimble V-drive with a lot of flash. And with every Supreme model, we beg you to spring for the Sky package to get all the features--and the stereo and bolster seat--you need to ride.

Hull: This stays true to the Supreme construction of all-fiberglass stringer and floor system. The hand-laid hull has a lifetime warranty and is unitized with the deck. The running surface sports the biggest change. Supreme did a lot of testing on it and brought in the help of local California riders to figure out how to make a faster-cruising boat that could slice through rough water. The V212 is the answer, and lots of riders will be eager to put it to the test this year.

Ballast: With the essential Sky package, you get two under-floor rear ballast tanks as well as the opportunity for a front ballast option.

Tower: Get the Sky package and you get the Swoop tower. If you need something really heavy-duty, Supreme offers the Godzilla tower as an option. Racks and tower mirror mount are also available.

Wake shaper: The driver can work the adjustable trim plate to fine-tune the peaks and ramp angles just the way a rider likes 'em.

Seating: Yes, it has the angled observer's seat, the lounge that encircles the main interior with storage tucked under it, and a bow filler cushion. But it also has a cool passenger seat back behind the driver's seat, making for a rear-facing lounger.

The shape of these wakes aims to be very accessible to many levels of rider, with wake-to-wake moves very doable thanks to the boat's 95-inch beam. Dial in specific shapes with the use of the trim tab.

BALLAST: 1,000 LB.