They Say: The 21'6" Centurion Enzo SV216 runs with the leaders in the wake market, boasting Ferrari-inspired style.
We Say: Any boat with a standard package called "Bling Bling" is focused on style. Aboard the Enzo, bling means a brushed-billet steering wheel cap and dash, polished step plates, stainless-steel cupholders, and a billet throttle knob so cool all of the display models were stolen during a recent competition. Add the standard heated driver seat, vinyl-wrapped dash, and inwales that feature an LED-glow company logo. Practical touches include a flip-up sunpad revealing a nonslip walkover, a beefy stainless-steel windshield frame, snap-out carpet for easy cleaning, and a roomy cockpit with wraparound seating for 12. But it's what's aft of the transom that makes a wake boat. Dual midship ballast tanks add 450 pounds, pumping up its already nicely ramped wakes. Tune them in farther with a Bennett trim tab ($656) that reduces the tendency to porpoise when heavily loaded, or opt for the Switchblade hydrofoil ($3,995).
Who'd Want One: The wakeboarder seeking European sports car looks and pro-tour wakes.
Another Choice: Malibu's Wakesetter VLX is nearly as long, with 4" less beam. With the standard 320-hp Malibu LCR engine, it costs $58,095.
The Numbers: $54,876.
Contact: 209/384-0255, www.centurionboats.com