Basic Boat Info
Engines / Speed
- Make: PCM
- Type: Inboard
Nautique and JL Audio have created the best audio systems in the industry with engineered sound that is unmatched on the water. The M-Series Elite package comes standard on the Super Air Nautique G25 featuring 6-JL M-Series speakers and a 10” subwoofer powered by an 8-channel amplifier. Our optional M-Series Studio Elite package steps up for 2017 with two 12” subwoofers and includes the G23 and G25 exclusive JL WaveFront™ technology featuring JL 6.5” M-Series speakers firing through a specially-tuned aperture at the base of the windshield. This premium sound package also features zone control to configure sound throughout your boat just the way you like it.
The Super Air Nautique G-Series hull design has revolutionized the industry proving that it is possible to optimize wake and wave shape for all skill levels and line lengths. Wakeboarders from beginner to pro look to the legendary wake and wave of our G-series boats when pushing themselves and the sport to new levels. Our Nautique Configurable Running Surface (NCRS) is seamlessly integrated to fine-tune the hull under every condition along with 2,850 pounds of sub-floor ballast to customize the experience for every rider. The Nautique Surf System is designed into the hull to work in concert with hull features and the NCRS to create a fully-adjustable, perfectly-shaped wave on either side of the boat in seconds.
The Nautique Surf System® (NSS) with WAVEPLATE® technology is integrated into the hull to engage on either side of the transom at surf speeds working seamlessly with the running surface to create a larger wave with each pound of ballast. Offering full adjustability, the WAVEPLATE extends outward and down from the transom to intercept and redirect the flow of water forming a wave that can be customized for every surfer. NSS allows surfers to switch sides instantly without the need to offload ballast or people and fine-tune the wave with variable settings that adjust steepness and shape by controlling exactly how much the WAVEPLATE is engaged.