Axis T23 Wakesurf Review | Boating Magazine

Axis T23 Wakesurf Review

The Axis T23 offers a punchy wave courtesy of factory-installed plug-and-play that fills ballast bags automatically.

Axis T23

Length: 22’5" | Beam: 102” | Fuel Capacity: 67 gal. | Seating Capacity: 16 people | Standard Ballast: 5,600 lb. | Max Ballast: 3,700 lb. | More Information: axiswake.com

Axis Wake Research

Ocean-Minded
With deep roots in surfing, Johnny Stieg brings his experience from the ocean behind his T23. Conversely, wakesurfing has also helped him progress in the ocean.

How I Utilize Standard Ballast
Axis has hard tanks under the floor, and then factory-installed plug-and-play that fills ballast bags automatically in the lockers and under the front seats in the bow when the hard tanks are full. I just flip on my ballast switches and let it all fill up, and I’m ready to go. This is what I use 90 percent of the time with only one or two other people in the boat.

How I Utilize Extra Ballast
For a little extra punch behind the wave, I’ll add an extra 750-pound bag in the center of the floor.

Custom Settings
I just drop the Wedge, kick out the Surf Gate and ride.

Boat Speed
I run about 10.6 to 10.8 mph no matter what setup I have going.

Axis T23

Axis T23

Axis Wake Research

I Usually Surf
Frontside, but I surf backside a lot too. Having the ability to transfer back and forth while riding is a game changer, and it feels like the ocean because you can ride both directions.

Preferred Board
Recently I have been riding a Rusty Snaggletooth, and I’m really stoked on it.

My Favorite Single Feature On My Boat Is
Surf Gate because of the options and opportunities it has opened and how much time it has saved.

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