2014 Supra SA350-550 Review

Wakeboard Boat Review

Supra Boats' second-year SA is a sleek, wide-bow wake-making machine that creates outstanding wakes for both wakeboarding and surfing. Its wake impressed when it was introduced in 2013, and the boat is only improved for 2014. The SA's sleek, sharp profile flows from its monstrous bow to the perfectly integrated Roswell Pro Edge tower and back to the tapered transom. The lounge has more accent colors and textures than ever before, and new graphics options make this the most customizable SA yet. The SA's helm is the culmination of everything Supra has learned over more than three decades of building boats, and it's all about comfort, convenience and function. Two-tone accents on the dash frame analog gauges and the Vision Touch screen, which has both rider and driver profiles that will make your life a lot easier. We also really like the new Quick Bump Speed Stick, which allows you to adjust your speed in one-tenth of a mile per hour increments. With options for a 350, 450 or 550 hp engine, you'll have no trouble getting out of the hole even with 2,200 pounds of factory-installed ballast.

The Supra SA350-550 is the best wakeboard boat for you if: You're looking for Supra's top-of-the-line wide-nose model in terms of wake performance, sleek lines and tech-forward function.

Supra SA350-550 2014 Specs

Length: 22'6"

Beam: 100"

People: 13

Load capacity: 1,900 lb.

Fuel: 50 gal.

Dry weight: 4,300 lb.

Standard ballast: 900 lb.

Max ballast: 2,200 lb.

Standard engines: Electronic fuel injection 345 HP hp (SA350), 450 HP hp (SA450), 550 HP hp (SA550)

Max. horsepower: 550