Supreme S226 Wakesurfing Review

The Supreme S226 commands attention both in and out of the water.

January 10, 2018
Supreme S226 Wakesurfing Review
Length: 22’6″ | Beam: 102″ | Fuel Capacity: 43 gal. | Seating Capacity: 14 | Dry Weight: 4,560 lb. | More Information: Supreme Boats

Style, spaciousness and performance all aligned to create the S226, a boat that commands attention both in and out of the water.

What You Get
This 22-foot-6-inch boat displaces enough water to get a wave that’s sure to impress you and your entire 14-person crew. And because of Supreme’s subfloor ballast system, you’ll never have to sacrifice storage for weight. Look for high-gloss vinyl covering ergonomic seats that reveal stowage underneath and a bow big enough to have its own ZIP code. Room will never be an issue, and all of that’s only second to the impressively long and powerful surf wave.

Who It’s For
If you’re a fan of the pickle-fork-style bow and want a moderate-size surf boat, the S226 should be on your list. Got a lot of friends? Load up this boat with more than a dozen of them, and you’re looking at serious wake potential on top of an already weighty 22.5-foot boat.


Our Favorite Things
Looks. The roomy pickle-fork-style bow and aggressive exterior profile make this one of the most striking hulls in the Supreme line.
QuickFill. This hull-flooding system adds 1,000 pounds of ballast within minutes.
Plug-and-Play. The S226’s rear ballast bags give an additional 1,100 pounds of displacement for lofty wakes and waves.

Supreme S226 Wakesurfing Review
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Our Surf Settings
Speed: 10.8
Crew: 3
Ballast: QuickFill Tank Full, Plug-and-Play Full, Bow Tank Empty
User Settings: QuickSurf Engaged


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