Introducing the 2013 Nautique Surf System
2013 is just a couple days old and already we are receiving some exciting updates for the world of wakesurfing. With Malibu Boats announcing the Surf Gate Technology last Fall, today’s news brings another one of the big three for inboard boat manufacturers into the wakesurf game. The new Surf System for Nautique Boats is another system that allows for easy, push button, dialing in of the wakesurf wake. This unique system allows you to effortlessly switch the wave from side to side on demand with the press of a button along with the ability to customize the shape to create the perfect wave for every person in the boat. Whether you’re carving a long drawn out turn or looking for an aggressive push that keeps you in the pocket, setting up the boat is now worry free. Anyone, anywhere, any-style, this system makes wakesurfing a whole new experience.
Check out the how to video below for a first look and check back at the Tank for anything that moves in the world of wakesurfing.
Wakesurf System How to Video
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The Nautique Surf System with WAVEPLATE was designed to create the ultimate surf wave with ease. Gone are the days of offloading ballast and people from side to side. Leave the ballast filled after wakeboarding and with the touch of a button through the Nautique LINC System, you will be surfing your wave of choice in no time. The WAVEPLATE is an integrated design that when deployed extends outward and down from the transom intercepting and redirecting the flow of water to clean up the opposite wake and form a surf wave like no other boat.
Controlling the NSS system is the simple press of a button. Integrated into our Nautique LINC System, users have the ability to customize their settings on the fly and save them in a personalized profile that stores, and automatically engages your preferred speed, ballast settings, and WAVEPLATE position.
The NSS uses our WAVEPLATE technology to manipulate the wave form without the need to move people and ballast from side to side. This is done by redirecting the flow of water coming off the boat instead of having to change the position of the boat’s hull surface to create the desired flow in order to get the wave shape we want. This not only gives us the ability to form a wave on either side instantly, but also allows for wave customization with variable intensity settings that adjust wave steepness and shape by controlling exactly how much the plate is engaged.
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