Wakeboard Boat Review
The newest addition to the Supra Boats family, the Supra Sunsport 21 V, is all about comfort and a big wake. We say comfort because the Supra Sunsport 21 V’s hull is inspired by the already-popular Supra Launch 21 V’s Deep Drop V Keel, which slices through meaty double-ups like butter and allows high gunwales to keep out spray and wind. We also say comfort because with the new Supra VISION system, it’s now possible to control everything from ballast to the SmartPlate to the speed-based stereo volume with the touch of a button through Supra Boat’s intuitive interface.
Fully customizable with Supra’s VISION system, this wakeboarding boat’s wakes are solid straight from the factory. With 1,200 pounds of ballast distributed through three bags, there’s plenty of meat to send you up. Empty bags and pull the line in for approachable beginner ramps.
True walk-through Not everyone wants to climb over a permanent barrier that separates the fun in the bow from the fun in the main lounge. They should be connected for maximum fun. Supra Boats recognized this and created a true walk-through bow in the Supra Sunsport 21 V, so any rider can easily get from the bow to the swim platform when he is ready to ride.
Dry weight: 3,800 lb.
Fuel capacity: 50 gal.
Tower: Rad A Cage
Racks: Titan swivel
Wake shaper: SmartPlate (automatic electric)
Standard: Indmar Assault 5.7L 325 hp
Test: Indmar Assault 5.7L 340 hp with catalytic converter
Test prop: OJ 14.25 x 14.5 four-blade
Cruise: Zero Off GPS
* = Optional
1,200 lb. total (400-lb. center bag, two 400-lb. rear bags)
Length: 21 ft. 4 in.
Width: 8 ft. 3 in.
Bow length: 64 in.
Bow width : 65 in.
Floor to tower: 78 in.
Gunwale: 31 in.
Main lounge: 55 sq. ft.
Sun pad: 29 sq. ft.
Platform: 12 sq. ft.