Nautique rolls out new 25-footer

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Nautique recently launched a larger boat featuring the G-series hull design that has captured wakeboarding enthusiasts.

The Super Air Nautique G25 is the largest Nautique, featuring room for 19 people and more storage than any boat of its kind, according to the builder.

The increased size puts more hull surface in the water for a huge surf wave that is open, long, and clean, complementing the G-series wakeboard wake that has changed the sport.

The G25 features the all-new Nautique Configurable Running Surface, which fine-tunes the hull surface under any condition, using the latest technology in the Nautique LINC system.

“The Nautique team is excited to launch the all-new Super Air Nautique G25 as part of the G-series, offering our customers a 25-foot boat for those on larger bodies of water who want the best wake boat,” Nautique CEO Bill Yeargin said in a statement. “Our incredible team has done an amazing job revolutionizing the industry with both the innovative G23 and now the G25.”

Celebrating 87 years of boatbuilding, Correct Craft is the producer of Nautique boats.

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