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2014 Moomba Mondo Review

January 10, 2014

Wakeboard Boat Review

Brand new for 2014, the Moomba Mondo takes some of its cues from the Mojo, but at just over 20 feet, it’s in a completely different size class that’s more suitable for size-restricted waterways, smaller tow vehicles and garage storage. Like the Mojo, the Mondo has stellar wake potential, and the surf wake is especially good. The boat’s deep-V hull is just like the Mojo in that it’s made to roll over on its side and produce a giant surf wave. Throw in the 1,300 pounds of factory ballast, and you’ve got a much better surf wave than a typical sub 21-footer. Because of the high freeboard, the Mondo feels at least a size class bigger than it is. The open bow feels wide and safe, and the lounge seems absolutely massive for such a short boat — just note the 13-passenger capacity. With the Mondo’s deep V and high sides, you’ll feel a lot better about taking on bigger water on windy days. The Mondo also has a no-nonsense, user-friendly helm. With analog gauges and rocker switches that you can monitor at a glance, the Mondo is extremely easy to drive. Not only is the dash functional, it also looks great, with a minimalist, clutter-free look that will be classic for years to come.

The Moomba Mondo is the best wakeboard boat for you if: You want a deep, comfortable yet compact boat with a great surf wake and plenty of standard features at a value price.

Moomba Mondo 2014 Specs

Length: 20′ 6″

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Beam: 99″

People: 13

Load capacity: 2,000 lbs.

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Fuel: 39 gal.

Dry weight: 3,800 lbs.

Standard ballast: 1,300 lbs.

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Max ballast: 1,300 lbs.

Standard engine: Electronic fuel injection 330 hp V-8

Max. horsepower: 450

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