Ever wonder which letter to choose for Zero Off? Do you need more of an understanding of what each specific letter does for your skiing? Let’s start off by saying Zero Off is comparable to a fin setting. There is no one setting that is right for everyone. In the end, you really need to find what feels best and works best for your style of skiing.
Get a sneak peek at the 2011 Sport Nautique 200 from Nautique Boats. Built on the same hull as the record-breaking Ski Nautique 200, the all-new Sport Nautique 200 also features a v-drive engine, making it an ideal ski boat for families that like to wakeboard, wakesurf and wakeskating in addition to skiing. The Sport […]
Find out which of Zero Off’s skier-option settings work best for pro skiers Thomas Moore, Thomas Degasperi and Marcus Brown.
If you are new to the Zero Off system, deciphering the different skier-option settings can feel a bit overwhelming. Before selecting your personal cruise-control settings, it is important first to decide what your pull preference is. Zero Off lets the skier choose when the pull from the boat will increase in relation to the finish […]
When it comes to selecting a cruise-control system for your boat, there is certainly no shortage of options. From the standard rpm-based systems that come stock in most boat manufacturer’s models, to the GPS-monitored systems offered in the PerfectPass and Zero Off lines, finding the right equipment for your needs has never been easier. Standard […]
Freddy Krueger and Andy Mapple break down ZeroOff’s settings for slalom, trick and jump and show you how to find your perfect setting in all three events.
BOAT REVIEW On performance, we’d say this Ski Nautique 206 has about 90 percent of what the extraordinary 196 has to offer. Skiers not getting deep into 39 ½ off at 34 mph may not even notice the difference. This is the TSC3 hull with Andy Mapple’s expertise engineered into it for one of the […]
A Q&A with Andy Mapple on speed control How is Zero Off different from other speed-control systems on the market? GPS measures the actual speed across the water. With current systems, speed is determined by a predetermined RPM of the boat or with a paddle wheel on the bottom of the boat, which can't make the engine […]