Supreme S238 Wakesurfing Review

The Supreme S238 lives up to expectations by delivering a large wave with ample push.
Supreme S238 Wakesurfing Review
Length: 23’8″ | Beam: 102″ | Fuel Capacity: 63 gal. | Seating Capacity: 16 | Dry Weight: 4,700 lb. | More Information: Supreme Boats

The biggest boat in the ­Supreme lineup, the S238 lives up to expectations by delivering a large wave with ample push. With room for 16, everybody can hop on board and enjoy it.

What You Get
The S238’s wave grows substantially as you add ballast and engage the QuickSurf system. With just a driver and spotter on board during the test, the wave was big and the pocket was easy to find and stay in; we never had to hunt for it. At nearly 24 feet long, the S238 displaces a solid amount of water, which gives the wave a nice length that allows you go back and forth with ease. The S238’s wave is more mellow and very rider friendly.

Who It’s For
The S238’s more-mellow shape, combined with its powerful push, is great for beginners, but it’s still big and powerful enough for advanced riders to push themselves while learning new tricks. While it can suit a variety of styles, cruisy, surf-style riders will especially love this wave. Changing the center tab settings will also allow you to customize the wave characteristics to suit different preferences.


Our Favorite Things
Deep-V hull. Not only does the Deep-V hull put out a solid wave, but it also provides for an extremely comfortable ride for all on board.
Size and space. The S238 is Supreme’s biggest boat, which means there is a lot of space to spread out.
QuickSurf. Displacing water is one thing, but QuickSurf makes it a solid, clean wave with the push of a button.

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Our Surf Settings
Speed: 11.1
Crew: 2
Ballast: All Available Ballast Full
User Settings: QuickSurf Engaged, ­Center Plate at Zero