Supra's direct-drive Launch earned new fans with its 2004 redesign.
Wakeboarders loved it, and not just because of the wakes billowing out the back. The rear-engine configuration opens up a wraparound lounge that is both wide and deep, nestled into the high freeboard. There's also the popular convertible bench that transforms into rear-facing seating to watch the wakeboarding action. Storage trunks alongside the engine compartment — all of which have easy access with the three-piece sun pad design and gas-assisted shocks — accommodate two bags in the standard three-bag ballast system.
Aside from that, the Launch 21 has solid hand-laid fiberglass construction, abundant stainless steel and thoughtful touches like recessed storage lighting.
Moreover, with a flip of a switch, the built-in hydraulic wake plate kicks in to shape the wake you want, when you want it. Plus, the Gravity III Ballast System, Rad-A-Cage and double-up seating all come standard. With all that, you can count on whacking those wakes with more skill and precision than ever before.
Financing available O.A.C. low interest rates and long terms to knock that payment down.
Stop by and see us for in store specials and promotions at:
17900 Highway 99
Lynnwood, Wa 98037