The Epic 21V is loaded with the same cutting edge, common sense standard features as the 23V, only its 21’6” hull gives you the freedom to explore places most 23 footers can’t go. Like your garage.
When you’re on the water, you’ll be sitting over the biggest ballast tanks ever placed in a 21 ft. wakeboat. At 3,600 lbs., the Epic 21V’s three ballast tanks can hold more water than every 23 ft. wakeboat on the market. Except, of course, the Epic 23V.
Each rear ballast tank has 1,300lbs of weight to use quickly and efficiently. Perfect for wakesurfing quick changes.
With all three tanks being below deck, there’s room for up to 12 people to cruise comfortably with all their gear stashed in the ample storage space located below the cushy seats.
If you’re a duo, instead of dozen, you’ll still have more help than you need to create the perfect wake experience. From the helm you can fill and drain the ballast, dial in on the preferred wake shape with the integrated wake shape plate, control the 8-speaker transom audio, and maximize maneuverability with dual-rudder vector steering.
Because this 21 ft. resin-infused masterpiece is powered by the Mercruiser 350 Scorpion 330 HP engine that includes GPS Smart Tow Cruise Control with Launch Mode Technology, you’ll be towing with as much brainpower as horsepower.
When the party’s over and the boards are back in the swivel racks, clean-up is as easy as hosing off the all-foam flooring and marine-grade vinyl seats and heading home. Back to your garage. With a dry weight of only 3,700 lbs, bringing this beauty back will put less strain on your truck, which means less strain on your wallet when fueling up. So with all things considered, what’s the biggest difference between the original 23V and the new 21V wakeboats? About two feet.Back to Top ^