Nautiques’ perennial rider favorite, the Super Air Nautique 210 gets a facelift for 2009 with a new automotive-inspired dash, stylish deck stripe and optional forward-swept FCS3 tower, but the wakes are the real reason it’s a top seller. For performance-oriented wakeboard boat buyers, the liquid playground behind this core machine is a winner thanks to versatility that will please both wakeboarders and wakeskaters. Not to mention the upgraded Polk Audio sound system that comes standard for 2009 with more powerful amps, improved speakers and a repositioned subwoofer.
INSIDE THE BOAT
Two ways to convert the wraparound lounge into rear-facing seating, a reversible stern bench and a portside pop-up seat back, make it easy to catch all the action out back. The driver gets soft touch controls, indigo backlit gauges and a supportive adjustable seat.
BEHIND THE BOAT
This legendary wakeboarding ride continues to shine in our tests thanks in part to a hull redesign in 2007. The change made the wakes more user-friendly, while still appealing to the advanced rider. The hull modification lengthened the wake’s transitions, and not only did it make the pitch more progressive, but it widened the landing zones.
Dry Weight: 3,800 lb.
Standard Engine: PCM Excalibur 5.7L, 343 hp
Load Cap.: 1,850 lb.
Fuel Cap.: 40 gal.
Standard Ballast: N/A
Maximum Factory Ballast: 906 lb.
1. Byerly Edition: The legend’s limited-edition package offers too many cool features to list.
2. Killer Crest Carpet: This three-color, snap-in option brings the hull graphic into the cockpit.
3. New Board Racks: With a 60/40 split, there’s extra width for wakeskates and wakesurf boards.
Length: 21 ft.
Beam: 98 in.
Bow Width: 58 in.
Bow Length: 68 in.
Floor to Tower: 82 in.
Gunwale Height: 27 in.
Main Lounge: 56 sq. ft.
Sun Pad: 16 sq. ft.
Platform: 14 sq. ft.