Wakeboard Boat Review
This wakeboarding boat has world-class wakes in a world-class package. The Supra Launch 24 V is the official boat of the WWA Wakeboard World Championships, and now you can have the same setup used at Worlds to ride behind every day. Supra Boats’ Worlds package is more than just the sharp, geometric, black-and-white hull graphics, it also includes a tricked-out tower with a custom black, four-speaker light bar with LED lights and spinner speaker cans as well as a Z-5 Cargo Rack for plenty of gear storage, an upgraded sound system and much more.
It takes a lot of weight to drop a 24-foot wake boat, so every ounce of the 1,950 pounds of factory ballast is needed for maximum pop. If you want a world-class wake, upgrade to bigger bags and get ready to go to new heights.
That’s deep, bro With one of the deepest hulls in its class, days of catching spray over the windshield and sides are gone. The high gunwales provide not only ample shelter from the elements, they also make for one of the most comfortable wakeboarding boats for all 16 people to lounge in. The bow alone seats three, and plenty of rear-facing seating options make this one of the more comfortable boats out there.
Dry weight: 3,950 lb.
Fuel capacity: 52 gal.
Tower: Rad A Cage
Racks: Titan swivel
Wake shaper: SmartPlate (automatic electric)
Standard: Indmar Assault 5.7L 340 hp with catalytic converter
Test: Indmar Assault 5.7L 340 hp with catalytic converter
Test prop: OJ 14.25 x 14.5 four-blade
Cruise: Zero Off GPS
* = Optional
1,950 lb. total (1,150-lb. center bag. two 400-lb. rear bags)
Length: 24 ft.
Width: 8 ft. 6 in.
Bow length: 65 in.
Bow width: 65 in.
Floor to tower: 78 in.
Gunwale: 31 in.
Main lounge: 62 sq. ft.
Sun pad: 29 sq. ft.
Platform: 12 sq. ft.