A focus on innovation has made Malibu the undisputed worldwide towboat leader with a long roster of industry-firsts.
Evolution is the gradual development of something, especially from a simple to a more sophisticated form. Centurion Boats has evolved the wake boat from one-dimensional function to intelligent multi-faceted performance that is multiplied by valuable features and options. The foundation of this wakeboat evolution begins with the 20 degrees of deadrise built into Centurion’s Opti-V Hull and a running surface specifically designed to produce the World’s best waves, wakes and ride. The Opti-V Hull was engineered to give you the deepest V in the industry, offering more water displacement for better wakes and waves. Centurion Boats additionally deliver as much as 5550 pounds of ballast, more than a 26-foot sweet surf spectrum, 90 seconds of fill time for as much as 2600 pounds of RAMFILL ballast, 1.8 second wave transfers with QuickSurf Pro and 6 seconds to plane even fully ballasted with QuickLaunch. The DNA of Centurion boats is further enhanced by strong construction, intelligent accommodations and a purpose-driven approach by which every new development is measured.
Malibu’s Wakesetter 25 LSV is the biggest and baddest model in the manufacturer’s most popular boat series. Translation? You know this boat is going to build truly massive, pro-level wakes capable of satisfying even the most hardcore wake-sports enthusiast.
Malibu’s new Wakesetter 21 LX replaces both the 21 VLX and 21 MLX models in the boatbuilder’s lineup, yet the unique bow characteristics of those two outgoing models still influence the design of this 2022 boat. As with the pickle-fork bow the MLX sported, the 21 LX’s bow cockpit is squared off, creating more room for passengers.