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2006 Nautique Air Nautique SV-211
Dad wants a soft wake so he can ski a set on the slalom course. Junior wants it rampy so he can go big on his front flip. You want to do it all and the Air Nautique SV-211 Team Edition has it all. It's the ultimate in crossover technology with no compromises and no competition.
The Air Nautique SV-211 has everything you need to ski, wakeboard, wakesurf, kneeboard, tube and stay on the water all day in comfort. The secret lies in a unique feature called the Hydro-Gate. This clever SportShift system allows you to change the wake signature of the SV-211, so you can adjust the size of the wake on the fly right from the cockpit. When it's time to switch from skiing to wakeboarding, hook onto the patented Flight Control Tower, add up to 730 pounds of ballast and it's big air time.
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The SV211 is an awesome boat! Does everything great... wakeboard, surf, ski, tube it does it all. We put on over 350 hours and in 5 years replaced a fuel pump and regular maintenance. Rock solid boat. Fit and finish is top notch and interior layout is great!
This is my 4th boat and have almost 300 hours on it. Best boat made for doing everything. I think the fit and finish is very good. I'll the wake shape over any mastercraft. We got the Z06 engine and love the power, sucks a little gas though. Had to replace 2 ballast pumps in 5 years, otherwise no issues. Rock solid.
We bought the SV-211 last summer and have had almost no problems. The one complaint is the starter is all electronic and twice it took around 15 to 20 minutes to start. The wake is great for anyone who wants big air or to cross them on skis. It handles amazing, has plenty of room, and has a sick sound system. We also looked at the Malibu, but throughout the boat were random parts that were cheap and easy to break and not worth the money. Also the Mastercraft was the biggest rip-off, your not paying for a boat your paying for the name and nothing more. Correct Craft has always been a reliable boat company and they haven't disappointed us yet.
Reviewer: John Prizer
It is an extraordinarily versitile boat. Fit and finish could be better, but I believe it is typical of inboard water sports boats made today. Nobody makes 'em like the used to.
I have 250 hours on my 2005. The only real complaint was the ballast valves which the dealer will replace if you ask. The 330EX motor is the minimum powerplant, the 375 may be worth the upgrade, definately if you run in salt since it includes fresh cooling sys.This boat is incredibly versatile, good for everything but great for nothing, since I do everything it works great for me. If I was a dedicated boarder I would get a 210 but the 211 works better for me.Wakesurfing is probably this boat's best asset. You can surf behind this boat with stock ballast and only two passengers in the boat. Pre 2006 boats will surf better on the driver's side, post 2006 boats will surf better on the passenger side due to the change in prop rotation. Load up the ballast but keep it a little forward or it will wash out. I prefer a little lighter setup than most others.The wakeplate is probably the most misunderstood device in the industry. It does not make the wake bigger, it shapes the wake removing the top corner of the wake for non wake activities. It also does a good job eliminating porpoising at speed.This is the best handling V-drive I have ever driven, approaches direct drive handling of other boats. But it is still a V-drive so expect a slightly slower take off and heavier turning if you compare to a direct drive.Walk through and snap out carpet make cleaning a snap, great features. Tall sides and bow make it easy to keep water out but it will dip the bow if you powerturn.Most disliked feature is the shape of the transom. I would really like a square transom with a pad like the smaller direct drives. Steps and seat in the transom are functional and nice for saving toe busters when helping a friend with bindings. Now that I have had the boat for over a year it doesn't bother me anymore. I just wish Correct Craft would stop taking styling clues from the I/O market.
I traded my 210 in for the 211, the wake is slightly more rounded at the top and does take some adjustment. But if you weight the boat properly...you can get a very nice wake from it. I really like the layout of the interior.
Reviewer: Ted Watts
This is the best crossover boat out there. We wakeboard,wakeskate,wakesurf and waterski behind this boat.I have put over 50 hours on our 06 sv211 Team,with not one problem.
The boat overall is not the better boat, in the range for the money. The AIR is a better wakeboard boat