Monterey Boats debuts Roswell Surf Package option

Monterey Boats debuted its 2016 model year by partnering with wake company Roswell to introduce the new Monterey Roswell Surf Edition.
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Monterey Boats debuted its 2016 model year by partnering with wake company Roswell to introduce the new Monterey Roswell Surf Edition.

The new Roswell Surf Package option is available on both the Monterey 218SS and 238SS Super Sports.

The new option starts with a helm design featuring one-touch Zero Off GPS speed control, a high-volume ballast system, a collapsible wakeboard tower with cam assist, wakeboard/surfboard racks and surf tabs.

It also features newly designed Roswell graphics, metal flake gelcoat options and a Roswell audio package, and is powered with the new Volvo forward-facing drive, which is quick to plane and more fuel-efficient than before. The propulsion system is equipped with forward-facing Duo-Prop counter-rotating propellers to give a symmetrical wakeboarding wake and an equally shaped surfing wave on the owner’s side of choice.

Click here for more about the new surf package.

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