Supra Launch LTS
Supra has dressed up its ski-oriented, three-event-approved Comp LTS with a Rad-a-Cage tower, front and rear ballast and special graphics to create the Launch LTS. The result is a boat that strives to get both skiers and wakeboarders excited.
The Launch LTS works well as a crossover boat in part because of its 95-inch beam, which opens up more room on each side of the engine box for a bunch of riders to mill around. In addition, Supra has made some tweaks to further enhance the style and amenities. The stereo head unit, solid windshield stanchions and four-spoke steering wheel are new. The driver's bucket seat comes standard with a 4-inch riser, and the flip-up seats add to the versatility. Storage in the rear, in the in-floor locker and under the observer's seat handles skis as well as wakeboards.
Look past the wakeboarding stuff, and you'll see the Comp LTS, Supra's best ski boat. The slalom wakes are impressive whether you're running 15 off at 30 mph or into the pro-level line lengths at 36 mph. Great tracking ability!
It can be tough turning great slalom wakes into good wakeboarding ones, but the Launch LTS has help from front and rear ballast as well as the hydraulic wake plate, now standard. Working together, they increase the wakes to a solid intermediate level.
-This is the wakeboarding version of the Comp LTS ski boat.
-Comes with both a swivel-head pylon and a Rad-a-Cage tower to tow skiers and wakeboarders.
-A low-profile dash give the driver great visibility.
-Open bow features playpen seating and storage.
-Forward and rear ballast help turn up the wakes to good riding levels from the soft slalom ones.
-Hydraulic wake plate is now a standard amenity.