Ski Boat Review
New for 2010, the Supra Sunsport 21 V is the perfect wakeboard boat for performance-minded riders in a 21-foot package. Supra Boats‘ exclusive Deep Drop V Keel increases stability, allowing it to slice through rough water or double-ups with ease. Families with small kids will appreciate a true walk-through bow and a deep cockpit design with 31 inches of freeboard. Wake athletes will love the performance of the SmartPlate system combined with 1,450 pounds of factory ballast, giving the wake considerable size and favorable shape.
The most notable comfort feature inside the Sunsport 21 V is the seating configuration. Its full wraparound lounge offers seating for 14 and a plethora of storage options throughout. As with all Supra wakeboard boats, the dash display was been repositioned lower for better lake visibility. The VISION system is a must-have for the techy captain looking to control everything with the push of a button.
The extra-deep-V hull of the Supra 21 V has a steeper entry angle than most boats in its class — this means there is more hull in the water, producing large and noticeably steeper wakes that you will love if your riding style is more wake-to-wake with straight-up pop. Wakesurfers will love the wake-shaping characteristics of the SmartPlate too.
1. Big wake, small boat: Although it measures at a mere 21 feet, the Supra Sunsport 21 V delivers a sizable wake with stock ballast alone.
2. Interior space: A comfortable playpen open bow welcomes
relaxing lake cruises.
3. VISION video information system: Incredibly easy to use, this impressive LCD control system has you dialing in your music, the wake and ballast, the lights, even checking your engine diagnostics.
MSRP: See local dealer
Dry Weight: 3,800 lb.
Standard Engine: Indmar Assault 5.7L 325 hp
Storage: 105 cu. ft.
Load Cap.: 1,950 lb.
Fuel Cap.: 50 gal.
Standard Ballast: 1,450 lb.
(Maximum Factory Ballast: 1,450 lb.)
Standard Prop: OJ
14.25 x 14.5 four-blade