Wakeboard Boat Review
Tigé‘s new ASR is a legit, purpose-built wakeboard boat that’s extremely comfortable, stylish and functional. For both wakeboarding and surfing, the 23-foot Tigé ASR is the real deal. Tigés have always been versatile boats that surf and ride well, but the ASR really takes the brand to a new level for wakeboarding. With 3,000 pounds of internal subfloor ballast, the majority of riders won’t need to add anything beyond the factory-installed setup for a massive wake. Inside and out, the Tigé ASR doesn’t sacrifice any of the sharp interior and exterior design for which Tigé is known. Diamond stitching and multiple vinyl colors and textures elevate the interior, while multiple gelcoat options with embossed accents create a clean, attractive exterior. Storage is absolutely massive in the ASR because of the deep-seated design and the fact that all the ballast is below the floor. All the compartments are finished with high-density foam to protect your gear. Most have spring-assisted hinges for easy opening, and some are accessible from multiple hatches. The innovative new rear surf locker stows multiple boards where they’re less likely to get dinged, and they’re easily accessible before riding.
The Tigé ASR is the best wakeboard boat for you if: You want a pro-level wake and surf boat that’s also big, comfortable, and convenient with progressive new features and styling.
2014 Tigé ASR 2014
Fuel: 65 gal.
Dry weight: 5,400 lb.
Standard ballast: 3,000 lb.
Max ballast: 3,000 lb.
Standard engine: Indmar M60 415 hp
Max horsepower: Indmar S62 Supercharged 555