The Super Air Nautique 210 is coming off a great 2007, when a fresh redesign gave it more interior room and moved the wakes more to the style of today’s wakeboarders with better ramps. We liked that evolution a lot, and we were glad to see more tweaks for 2008, including a convertible rear seat, the new polished stainless-steel Titan tower choice and the new Zero-Off cruise option. And while this is a wakeboarding boat, there is a new pylon that quietly pops up (just so you know). Correct Craft has hit the sweet spot in a lot of ways with this boat, which is why we aren’t surprised that it has been a huge seller for the company. You do have to get the Team Edition to get all the wakeboarding features you need.
It turns out this neoclassical look is actually the family crest of the Meloons, Correct Craft’s longtime owners.
We’d be inclined to just convert this once and keep this special bench rear-facing alongside two bookend seat backs.
Dry weight: 3,800 lb.
Draft: 28 in.
Load cap.: 1,450 lb.
Fuel cap.: 40 gal.
Bow: 18 sq. ft.
Gunwale height: 2 ft. 3 in.
Main lounge: 56 sq. ft.
Floor to tower: 6 ft.
Sun pad: 13 sq. ft.
Platform: 13 sq. ft.
The old Super Air 210 had a lot of straight-up pop but was steep for beginning riders. The current 210 has a wake that’s much more approachable. This isn’t an oversized boat, so we found the wake to be medium sized at 65 feet out with crisp, clean peaks.
Overall: This is a long, rampy wake that we’d recommend for all skill levels.
With 390 hp engine (343 hp standard), Acme 13.5×14.25 four-blade prop
To 30 mph: 4.7 sec., 115.7 ft.
To 36 mph: 6.5 sec., 205.4 ft.
Top speed: 40.8 mph, 5,400 rpm
Bow rise: 17-degree angle during typical acceleration. Exceptional visibility with very low dash profile. Tracking: This is a responsive, tracking boat. We could really focus on steering while our test boat’s Zero-Off cruise kept the speed very well dialed. Turns: No worries here. Responsive feel from this 21-foot V-drive.
Maximum G-force crossing wake at 22 mph: 1.25
Vibration: Very solid ride. No creaking from the tower or anywhere else, just a thump as we hit the double-up.