The surfability of a supreme begins at water level with modified Deep-V hull design.

The ‘modified’ piece of this design adds balance to the hull to guard against side-to-side weight shift negatively impacting the water behind the boat. The new ZS models have expanded the surfability of our Modified Deep-V Hull with a Tapered-V Hull design that sits lower in the water when weighted, intensifying the waves and wakes.

V-Hull look at the bottom
Supreme ZS232 hull stern and prop

Staggered chine stabilization (SCS) creates symmetrical waves and wakes

Staggered Chine Stabilization (SCS) creates symmetrical waves and wakes. SCS is custom lifting rails on the starboard and port sides, staggered in their size and placement to balance the asymmetrical pitch of the boat due to the righthand drive configuration and natural prop rotation.

Side Scheme

Tapered V-Hull with SCS for bigger, consistent waves

Engage Quick Surf to Surf on either side

Once a Supreme is weighted to ride, engage QuickSurf to surf on either side, with its fast-as-lighting 1.8 second transfer speed. To wakeboard, disengage QuickSurf and set your ZerOff Speed Control to wakeboard speeds and you will be launching off ramp-like wakes.