Centurion Boats is one of wakesurfing’s biggest proponents, and their Centurion Enzo SV240 serves up a serious swell for buyers who dream of riding an endless wave. Surf-centric performance features — such as the Sideswipe Exhaust that vents from either side of the wakeboard boat — qualify this big rig to pull the World Wakesurfing Championships. Wakeboarding is still the Enzo SV240′s roots, though, thanks to an available six-tank ballast system with an impressive 1,500-pound capacity that carves large, meaty wakes that are as good as any we tested this year.
INSIDE THE BOAT
Drivers ride in comfort with the optional Easy-Rider seat that boasts ergonomic curves and cutaways for ventilation, while the hand-stitched helm houses big Faria gauges and easy-to-reach controls. Passengers get above-average room in the wraparound lounge and expansive bow seating.
BEHIND THE BOAT
We tested the Centurion SV240 with maximum factory ballast and loved every minute of our session. At 22 mph and with a 70-foot rope we discovered pro-size wakes with excellent transitions. The faces are smooth and the landing zones are big. Overall, we were very impressed with the high quality.
Base Price: $66,350
Dry Weight: 4,600 lb.
Storage: 105 cu. ft.
Load Cap.: 2,924 lb.
Fuel Cap.: 46 gal.
Standard Engine: MerCruiser Black Scorpion 5.7L, 330 hp
Standard Ballast: 500 lb.
Maximum Factory Ballast: 1,500 lb.
1. Amphitheatre 2 Sound: Optional system has upgraded Kicker amps, Skylon tower speakers and more.
2. Color-coordinated Dash: The available Color Billet Bezel Dash Kit offers six color choices.
3. Wakesurf Board Racks: With greater size capacity, this optional rig can hold most any board.
Bow Width: 76 in.
Bow Length: 72 in.
Floor to Tower: 84 in.
Gunwale Height: 32 in.
Main Lounge: 65 sq. ft.
Sun Pad: 27 sq. ft.
Platform: 13 sq. ft.