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2008 Supreme V208
Performance, comfort and class best describe the Supreme V208. Populate your new boat with 10 fun friends and family members, then take off on a day to remember! Passengers will appreciate the comfort and the attention to detail such as built-in cooler, wrapped lounge seating, smooth ride, cross-curve windshield, hand stitched dash, tilt steering and flip up bolster seat that include everyone in the most enjoyable ride on the water. Add the stainless steel and billet packages for accent plates, stainless cup holders, emblems, racing steering wheel... the list goes on and on for this sophisticated Supreme that is definitely a wave above the competition.
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Great Boat for a Great price. We have been a boating family for years. I did my research on all the wakeboard boats on the market. This boat has excellent finishing touches. The huge swim plat form is easy to remove the go Godzilla tower is easy to lower. It will fit inside a standard 7 high garage door. The gel coat and NO stickers gives it a custom look
Deep V hull handles chop and double-ups with no problem. Super comfortable seating. Entry step behind driver's seat. Bow filler cushion. Mine came with Perfect Pass Wakeboard Pro, Trim Plate, Heater, Tower Lights/Speakers for about the same price as a Moomba without any of it. Fits in the garage nicely, too. Extra large swim platform with transom board guard. Great surf wake (it is the Centurion's custom step-brother.) We love ours and it doesn't look like all the other boats out there either. Black Scorpion has lots of torque and runs on 87 octane. Compare the standard features to the other guys and then compare the sticker price. 3700 lbs for a 21 footer is a lot of glass and no wood!
Reviewer: Trevor H
I have to give credit where credit is due, I bought the older version of this boat, an 06, I believe, and they had a respectable amount of standerd features for that year, I'd consider it to be a legitamite low-end wakeboard boat. We've had quite a few problems with customer service, however, considering how the buisness we bough it from went out of buisness. We bought it off the showroom floor, and to this day the ballast system has not worked, which I guess is fine if we hadn't taken it in 3 or 4 times to get it fixed, payed, and had it returned to us in the same condition. The boat buddy system on the trailer does not work, however it's not necesarily important. The stock, no weight wake is horrible, but I'd expect that from a crossover hull, not to mention the body of water we use is an average of 10 feet. I payed $300 for a fat sac setup that I'm happy with, it makes the wake somewhat respectable, I've been able to progress on it, so no complaints. the speedometer did not work (wasn't calibrated) from the time of purchase until the other day, it was the strangest thing, we used to ride 13mph on the speedo, we now ride 24mph, which is accurate. We haven't had a single problem with the engine, we even forgot to service it within the 20 hours, and it ran fine, of course it ran better after it was serviced. Theres a couple of changes I would make to the boat if I could re-design it, arrangment of cigarette liters, tower was a poor design in affiliation with the bimini top (however I see they changed it for '08). I'm a little disapointed to find that we could have bought a nautique for the same price, but the v208 isn't the worst boat we could have bought.
Really happy with the boat, to get a huge wake you need to add lots of weight in the bow and by the driver. This will make the wake not wash over at the top and the adjustable wake plate lets you customize the shape. The wake is big with the factory ballast but if you want it huge that's how it's done. Good job Supreme!