2014 Supra SC 350-550 Review

January 11, 2014

Wakeboard Boat Review

This boat was made to wakesurf. With 900 pounds of subfloor factory-installed ballast that can be upgraded to 2,200 pounds, the all-new Supra Boats Supra SC also has a massive surf wave that is both long and powerful. The SC combines many of the same features of the wide-bow Supra SA with a more traditional bow and a tough, muscle-car-influenced look. Inside, the SC has a stylish, durable and ultimately functional lounge. The boat’s deep seating lets you sit way down for a spray-free ride in big water, and every surface is covered with durable, mold-resistant vinyl that’s double and triple stitched in high-stress areas. Supra added different colors and textures all over the boat and even allows for accenting on the Roswell Pro Edge tower for 2014. The SC’s helm is handsome and intuitive, and we love that Supra built in redundancies with analog gauges and switches alongside the Vision Touch display, so you have the option of using either. In some cases, like the new Quick Bump Speed Stick, it’s actually more convenient and safe to use the analog switch because you can bump your speed up or down one-tenth of a mile per hour without ever taking your eyes off the water. Snap-in carpet is standard on the floor, but we recommend checking out the Kono flooring option. It’s a snap-in mat that won’t heat up or get water logged, and it makes clean up even easier.

The Supra SC 350-550 is the best wakeboard boat for you if: You’re looking for a traditional-bow surf and wake monster with deep, comfortable seating and tech-based features in a manageable size class.

Supra SC 350-550 2014 Specs

Length: 21’8″


Beam: 102″

People: 14

Load capacity: 2,200 lb.


Fuel: 49 gal.

Dry weight: 4,300 lb.

Standard ballast: 900 lb.


Max ballast: 2,200 lb.

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

Max. horsepower: 550


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