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Wakeboarding boats are popular watersports vessels great for towing activities like Wakesurfing, Wakeboarding & Water Skiing. Often these boats are configured with hulls designed to create large wakes for riding and jumping. Specialized wakeboarding boats are equipped with ballast systems that rapidly change the weight dynamics of the boat and trim tabs to shape the wake to preferred riding conditions. Towboats commonly have a single inboard engine where the prop is under the boat which leaves a safe launch area on the stern for skiers, wakeboarders or tubers.

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Wakeboard boats FAQ

How much does an average Wakeboard cost?

Wake-boarding and surf boats are often expensive. The average price tag for a new boat is around $150,000 with some high end models costing upwards of $200,000 Boatcrazy has a great selection of New & Used Wakeboards for sale.

The high cost of these boats are because they are a specialized, high end product. Manufacturers have spent a lot of time and money to design and perfect the hulls, creating the perfect hull to slice through the water, provide ample room onboard, and create a massive wake behind the boat.

A wakeboard boat's top speed will generally be between 45 and 55 mph. However, wakeboard boats typically only travel at between 15mph and 25mph while they are towing a wakeboarder. Top speed of the boat will also depend on the model.

In order for riders to do their tricks, they need large wakes created by the boat's engines. Wakeboarding boats have inboard engines that are placed in the rear of the boat, known as V-drive engines

The quickest answer is yes! It's not possible to wakeboard behind any boat. When a Wakeboard boat is moving, it creates an endless wave as a direct result of the boat's hull. Boarding behind this type of artificially made wave is known as wakeboarding or wake surfing.

Wakeboard boats are high-end precision machines that utilize premium technology and building techniques. As the sport of wakeboarding gained popularity over the last 25 years, riders wanted to jump higher, do bigger tricks, and have more people on the boat. Therefore towboats needed to evolve too.