If your sessions come complete with a crowd of friends or an army of little rippers, the Super Air Nautique 220 wakeboard boat offers a spot for them all thanks to one of the most flexible layouts on the market. Multiple rear-facing seats and a convertible arena-style stern bench keep the focus on the action, and kids planted safely on vinyl. Rider-friendly wakes complete the equation, created by 849 pounds of factor ballast crafted to your personal pleasure with Nautique’s Hydro-Gate wake control system.
INSIDE THE BOAT
Storage is innovative in the Super Air Nautique 220, with nearly every surface opening to reveal some sort of cubby or cavern, from the massive trunk and observer hatch to the over-engine tray that can be used to warm wetsuits. The cockpit is state-of-the-art, too, thanks to the new Smart Pod helm.
BEHIND THE BOAT
We call the Super Air Nautique 220 wake the “tweaner” of the Super Air Nautique series lineup because it falls in between the wakes of the perfectly sculpted 210 and the beefy ones that the 230 throws out. We really liked the slope of these wakes, which allowed easy wake-to-wake moves. The landing area is more than ample, and the 849 pounds of factory ballast did its part to allow big-air boots.
Dry Weight: 4,070 lb.
Standard Engine: PCM Excalibur 5.7L, 343 hp
Load Cap.: 2,050 lb.
Fuel Cap.: 51 gal.
Standard Ballast: N/A
Maximum Factory Ballast: 849 lb.
1. New Tower Speakers: These ratcheting Polk Audios spin 360 degrees for custom placement.
2. Seat Back Trash Can: Keep litter undercover with this convenient kitchen-size receptacle.
3. Easy iPod Interface: The new MP3 plug is at the driver’s right hand, where it belongs.
Length: 22 ft. 1 in.
Beam: 96 in.
Bow Width: 68 in.
Bow Length: 59 in.
Floor to Tower: 74 in.
Gunwale Height: 27 in.
Main Lounge: 62 sq. ft.
Sun Pad: 19 sq. ft.
Platform: 14 sq. ft.