Textured vinyl in the lounge is double- and triple-stitched (nary a single-stitched seam is present) with Gore Tenara thread for a sharp look that’s bound to stand the test of time. On the hand-stitched dash, Supra’s Vision Touch screen is the boat’s onboard command center, controlling ballast, lighting, rider presets, driver presets, GPS, speed control, audio and even seat height and climate control, all within an intuitive interface. Shallow menus make navigation a snap, and Supra built in redundancy at the helm with billet-aluminum gauge bezels housing analog gauges and toggle switches that you can monitor with a glance. The analog Quick Bump Speed Stick sits alongside the steering wheel and nudges the speed up or down a 10th of a mile per hour so you never have to take your eyes off the water while you’re driving. Finally, performance is impressive for a deep 22-footer. As far as water sports, the SC delivers for both wakeboarding and wakesurfing with massive factory ballast and a hull shape purpose-built to displace water and create ramps. The boat handles well even under weight, and the deep-V hull slices through chop or double-ups with ease.