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2022 Supreme S240

The S240 kicks up excellent surf waves.

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Designed to bring more value to the customer and deliver more bang for the buck, Supreme’s all-new S240 delivers 24 feet of comfort and endless wave capabilities at a lower price point.

Supreme S240 running
The S240 is a great-looking boat on and off the water. Garrett Cortese

With a new running surface, higher freeboard and unique hybrid bow, the S240 is nothing like previous iterations of the model line. The S240 displays a more traditional sheerline, which, when combined with the shape and slope of the bow, makes for a great-looking boat on and off the water. The EZ-V hull, similar to sister company Centurion’s Opti-V hull, features a deep 20-degree deadrise at the transom. This gives the S240 a smooth ride in choppy water, while also displacing more water and kicking up excellent surf waves.

S240 bow seating
The interior is durable and comfortable. Garrett Cortese

To help create the wakes and waves, the S240 is equipped with 4,800 pounds of ballast as well as the QuickSurf system. Choose which side you want to surf, and a transom-mounted surf plate deploys to create lift on one side of the boat and displacement on the surf side. From there, a center-mounted transom plate can be fine-tuned to change the wave’s shape and attitude. With room for 14, it doesn’t take much to get the S240 to kick up wakes and waves the whole crew can enjoy.

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S240 helm
The captain has easy access to all the boat’s systems from the 7-inch touchscreen. Garrett Cortese

A new stainless-steel tower complements the S240’s polished lines well. When equipped with the optional SewLong Bimini, shade is easy to come by for almost the entire main cabin, and the Wet Sounds audio package ensures everybody can enjoy the tunes. Optional Roswell Bombshell 2.0 racks are versatile and some of the easiest to use.

On board, the S240 offers a secure ride, thanks in part to its higher freeboard. Seating is customizable with the sliding rear bench so crew can face aft to catch the action. The Spradling vinyl features a 17 mm top coat, which makes the interior durable and comfortable. At the helm, the captain has easy access to all the boat’s systems from the 7-inch touchscreen.

S240 cockpit
When equipped with the optional ­SewLong Bimini, shade is easy to come by. Garrett Cortese

Overall, the S240 is a great option for families looking to get into water-sports action. It offers versatile performance and ease of use in a simple, clean, convenient form factor.

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High Points

  • Outside the Box (OTB) vinyl looks great and does not get too hot. 
  • Transom storage compartments are great for wet items or can be used as coolers.
  • QuickSurf can be customized to create an ideal wave for a variety of riders.
S240 performance data
Supreme S240 Certified Test Results Boating Magazine

How We Tested

  • Engine: GM Marine L96 6.0L 400 hp
  • Drive/Prop: Acme 16″ x 13″
  • Gear Ratio: 1.72:1 Fuel Load: 59 gal. Crew Weight: 530 lb.

Pricing and Specs

Price: $128,285 (as tested)
LOA: 24’0″
Beam: 8’6″
Draft: 3’0″
Dry Weight: 5,700 lb.
Ballast: 4,800 lb.
Seat/Weight Capacity: 16/2,500 lb.
Fuel Capacity: 70 gal.

More Information

Supreme Boats – Merced, California; 209-384-0255; supremetowboats.com

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