Wakeboard Boat Review
Moomba Boats started a good thing when it created the Moomba Mobius LSV in 2006, and consistent improvements over the years have made for a heck of a lot of wakeboarding boat for not a lot of money. Comfortably seating 13, there’s plenty of party room on the Moomba Mobius LSV. Coupled with the 1,200 pounds of factory ballast, you’re looking at a fat wake for the whole crew. Add to that a tower, some swivel board racks, the Moomba chrome graphic, standard digital cruise and some tower speakers and you have all the elements for a perfect summer on the water.
We recommend the optional Gravity III ballast system and multisport wake plate for a truly versatile swell that’s as good at hucking riders into the flats as it is plowing out a nice surf wake. With three ballast bags equaling 1,200 pounds of factory ballast (always with the option of upgrading, because, well, they’re bags), you’ll have plenty of wake to play around with at all levels.
Functional form One of the common drawbacks of a 21-foot wake boat is a restriction on the amount of people you can comfortably cram in. This is not a concern with the Moomba Mobius LSV. Up to 13 people can enjoy wake action with this clean, classic design and proven layout.
Dry weight: 3,300 lb.
Fuel capacity: 39 gal.
Tower: Rad A Cage
Racks: XTP fixed*
Wake shaper: MultiSport wake plate*
Standard: Indmar Assault 5.7L 325 hp
Test: Indmar Assault 5.7L 340 hp with catalytic converter
Test prop: OJ 14 x 18 four-blade*
Cruise: E-Z Cruise, PerfectPass Wakeboard Pro*, PerfectPass Wakeboard Pro Star Gazer* GPS
* = Optional
1,200 lb. total (400-lb. center bag, two 400-lb. rear bags)
Length: 21 ft. 6 in.
Width: 8 ft. 1 in.
Bow length: 64 in.
Bow width : 64 in.
Floor to tower: 78 in.
Gunwale: 28 in.
Main lounge: 57 sq. ft.
Sun pad: 31 sq. ft.
Platform: 11 sq. ft.