This 2007 Correct Craft 210 Team Super Air Nautique Is Lake Ready! This Team Edition Is Loaded Down With Options & Features Including The Perfect Pass Cruise System, Ballast, Hydro-Gate Wake Shaper, It Has The GM Power PCM Excalibur 330 5.7L Motor That Was Recently Serviced At 691 Hours With A Fresh Oil Change & New Impeller.
Here Is An Exert From The Nautique Brochure:
Correct Craft's legendary wakeboarding boat the Super Air Nautique 210 is redesigned for 2007. It features a 98" beam contributing to a comfortably spacious interior and a 21-foot overall length making it easily trailerable.
The 2007 Super Air Nautique 210 features arena style seating with port and starboard bench seats connected by an optional removable stern seat. Combined with the open bow seating area the 210 is designed to accommodate up to 10 people. An innovative flip up seat back option converts the port arena bench into a separate aft facing lounge and an individual observer's seat. The starboard seating can be similarly refined with the addition of an optional removable lean back aft of the helm seat.
The helm console has been redesigned with an automotive industry influence including ergonomically angled gauges with easy to read faces for instant access to vital information.
In terms of performance, the inboard boat throws an aggressive wake with a hard lip for ample kick to launch riders from the water's surface using only minimal ballast. To further enhance the wakes with any ballast configuration, Correct Craft has virtually eliminated the trough. For even bigger air, the 210 features optional factory installed ballast tanks below deck. With the push of a button at the helm, the tanks fill and add up to 900 additional pounds of weight which translates into bigger wakes and bigger air.
With Correct Craft's exclusive Hydro-Gate™ technology, the wake size and shape can be manipulated by moving the SportShift™ lever at the helm that controls a plate on the transom. In the down position, the plate captures the rushing water under the stern and redirects it to provide lift for a less aggressive wake. In the up position, the running angle is increased for a longer more aggressive wake.
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