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Blueliner 03-29-2014 9:02 AM

Nautique super air 210
 
A question for those who own one of these. How many average size people can you sit in this boat comfortably. To me it looks cramped for what 10?

And how does it handle chop or other wakes if you run into that.

Regards,
Blueliner

Pad1Tai 03-29-2014 9:03 AM

Would help if you told us what year....

polarbill 03-29-2014 9:12 AM

If you are talking about the older Ones I would think 7 adults is about the most you could get in it comfortably and that is if you are using the bow. Driver, 4 people on wraparound and 2 in the bow.

Nordicron 03-29-2014 9:50 AM

Even in the newer one I wouldn't want more the 7! But u know what, I wouldn't want more than 7 in a g either! If you want a party barge then buy a pontoon!

brichter14 03-29-2014 9:55 AM

If you want to bring 10, get a 230 or a G23.

In the 210, any more than 7 is not fun if you are actually moving around. If you plan on just anchoring all day and having people swim, you can fit 10 to go from the dock to the watering hole. But if you are planning on staying in the boat all day, dont bring more than 7.

Blueliner 03-29-2014 2:17 PM

the year is a 2007 I came across for what seems to be a fair price. I could see us having up to 8 or more folks at times, depending on what activity. Big family here lots of friends as well, my 2 kids are teens, Looks like one of the 23 or 24 foot models are the best way to be sure. For me its all about friends and family.

Thanks

scottb7 03-29-2014 3:04 PM

2007 is first year of new hull, and seating is different and improved from 2008 to 2013, and then of course 2014 are all new. i have a 2008 and i would say that you can have 2 kids in the bow, but the bow sits low in this boat when weighted or lot's of people so they may get wet once in a while. then in main cabin you can have 2 rear facing on the loveseat side, the driver, and one behind that. Plus 2 in the center. So total = 2+2+2+2=total 8, but it is pretty tight. If you are going to have 8 more than say 50% of the time then this boat is too small. pretty good in choppy water, i think.

dbdb 04-03-2014 9:39 AM

If your not set on Nautique, I have a Mastercraft X15 for sale. It has the seating of a 23 footer in a 21.8 boat. Its an 07 with the LY6. I've had 8 adults and 4 kids in it. It was full, but not near overly cramped at all. They are great family boats. I'm sure the price is comparable or even less expensive than an 07 210.

chattwake 04-03-2014 10:15 AM

My friend owned an '08 that we spent a lot of time on. 8 people is a lot for that boat. You can really put 2 in the bow comfortably, a driver, someone sitting in the ob seat, three across the back and one on the non-driver's side seat. That's pretty much cramming them in there.

boardjnky4 04-04-2014 6:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dbdb (Post 1871447)
If your not set on Nautique, I have a Mastercraft X15 for sale. It has the seating of a 23 footer in a 21.8 boat. Its an 07 with the LY6. I've had 8 adults and 4 kids in it. It was full, but not near overly cramped at all. They are great family boats. I'm sure the price is comparable or even less expensive than an 07 210.

The X15 is a surprisingly spacious boat indeed.


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