Nautique debuts new 2014 models

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Nautique announced new Super Air Nautique 210 and Super Air Nautique 230 models that were redesigned for 2014.

The Super Air Nautique 210 and 230 incorporate new technology and design features, the company said. An improved hull design creates a new and improved wake and integrates the Nautique Surf System. The optional Pro Wake/Surf Ballast provides a maximum of 1,750 pounds of ballast in the 210 and 2,100 pounds of ballast in the 230.

The new interior features an ergonomic helm design, deeper seating with bolstered corners and plush lean backs.

A Polk Stereo System with Bluetooth connectivity allows boaters to hook up devices and control music through the Nautique LINC System.

“We are excited to introduce the all-new Super Air Nautique 210 and 230. Both of these boats are part of the Nautique legend and the changes demonstrate once again Nautique’s commitment to provide innovative boats to our customers,” Nautique president and CEO Bill Yeargin said in a statement. “Our dealers experienced these boats in June and were thrilled. They are now on our production line, so expect to see them at a Nautique dealership near you very soon.”

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