Maybe the world needs more Canadian boat manufacturers; because when we think of Svfara, two words immediately pop into our heads: total package. The SV2 is a great example. This model has already emerged as an impressive wakeboard boat that not only throws out a solid, consistent wake, but pays equal attention to style and comfort. We loved the innovative, ultra-comfortable seating as soon as we climbed aboard, and the composite tower looks great as it seems to just flow up from the boat’s hull. Ultimately, you can tell Svfara put a lot of effort into every aspect of this boat, and it comes across in the comfort and style throughout.
Sun Pad Walk-through
Located on the left side of the sun pad, this walk-through makes setting up for a ride that much easier.
Flight Arch Tower
This forward-sweeping, composite tower blends in with the rest of the boat and looks a lot more natural than a common aluminum tower.
Dry weight: 3,400 lb.
Draft: 20 in.
Storage: 55 cu. ft.
Load cap.: 1,785 lb.
Fuel cap.: 40 gal.
Bow: 14 sq. ft.
Floor to tower: 7 ft. 2 in.
Gunwale height: 2 ft. 8 in.
Main lounge: 63 sq. ft.
Sun pad: 15 sq. ft.
Platform: 12 sq. ft.
The SV2 had a surprisingly big wake, especially considering we tested it with factory ballast. Our rider had a lot of fun with this long, rampy wake which was the perfect angle for tons of kick. At 70 feet, the width was great for easy clearance, and when we shortened to 65 feet, it narrowed down to a beginner-friendly level.
Overall: A big, solid wake with enough pop to satisfy advanced riders, the SV2 can throw a great beginner wake with a short line.
With standard 330 hp engine and Acme 13.5×12 four-blade
To 30 mph: 5.9 sec., 153.1 ft.
To 36 mph: 7.9 sec., 253.6 ft.
Top speed: 43.3 mph, 5,300 rpm
Bow rise: 19 degrees during typical acceleration. Nothing out of the ordinary here in terms of visibility obstructions. Tracking: Straight and tracking solid while towing a rider, this boat was one of the best at handling while towing. Turns: We experienced super-quick turnarounds and great docking as well as equally impressive double-ups and high-speed maneuvering.
Vibration: Gs crossing wake at 22 mph: 1.16
Solid feel as we crossed the double-up.