One of wakeboarding’s all-time classic wakeboard boats, the Super Air Nautique 210 is a core 21-footer designed for the wakeboarding and wakeskating faithful. And it just keeps getting better. This year’s Super Air Nautique 210 incarnation was updated with the new automotive-inspired smart pod dash, improved reversible seating and Nautiques’ best-ever sound system, which features new and improved Polk Audio amps, speakers and subwoofer. The Super Air Nautique 210’s makeover is completed by the new FCT3, the third generation of Nautiques’ iconic Flight Control Towers. A swooping, forward-folding work of art, the FCT3 adds both edgy styling and space-saving function.
60/40 Board Racks
All of Nautiques’ wakeboard board racks are now available with a new 60/40 split, which allows you to store not only wakeboards but also thicker wakeskates and wakesurf boards. The racks, which come in both static and spinning versions, protect your toys while freeing up space for passengers and storage.
Dry weight: 3,800 lb.
Fuel capacity: 40 gal.
Tower: FCT1*, FCT2*, FCT3*
Racks: Flight Clips (fixed or spinning)*
Wake shaper: Hydro-Gate with SportShift
Length: 21 ft.
Width: 8 ft. 2 in.
Bow length: 58 in.
Bow width: 68 in.
Floor to tower: 82 in.
Gunwale: 27 in.
Main lounge: 56 sq. ft.
Sun pad: 16 sq. ft.
Platform: 14 sq. ft.
Ballast: 906 lb. (two rear tanks; one belly tank)*
Standard: PCM Excalibur 5.7L V-8 343 hp
Test: PCM ZR-409 6L 409 hp*
Cruise: Nautique Cruise, ZeroOff*
* = Optional
Correct Craft Boats redesigned the Super Air Nautique 210’s legendary hull in 2007, widening the beam to just less than 100 inches. The change lengthened the wake’s transitions, smoothing takeoffs and widening landing zones. Today, this new classic is the wake of choice for both wakeboarders like Jeff McKee and wakeskaters like Scott Byerly and Brandon Thomas.