A Ride Through History
If our 30-plus years of building premium towboats has taught us anything, it’s that fortune favors the humble. It rewards those who strive for excellence, but avoid the boasting. Take a ride through our past and see just how far we can go.
Introduction of the Supra Sport, the first Supra family ski boat, as well as the rear ski locker.
The new Supra Beast model is the first boat to have a big block engine, while The Supra Allegro was introduced as the first cuddy cabin inboard ski boat.
Introduction of the Supra Rider; the first open bow inboard in the industry to have a playpen bow design.
Introduction of the Comp ts6m model, and development of the SupraTrac hull design.
An all-fiberglass construction is introduced to some models, and a limited lifetime warranty is introduced on all models.
First year for fuel injected engines.
Introduction of the newly redesigned Supra Comp; as well as the tower for wakeboarding
Introduction of the Supra “Launch,” the first boat designed specifically for wakeboarding, in addition to the first Supra featuring a V-drive, the Santera.
Introduction of five new models including the Supra Launch SSV and Supra Sunsport V, both featuring stadium seating.
Introduction of the walk-through transom in the Supra Santera. Supra & Moomba are selected as Official Towboats of the 2002 Gravity Games competition.
Supra & Moomba are selected as Official Towboats of the 2003 Gravity Games competition. Skier’s Choice moves to new 142,000 square foot facility located in Maryville, Tennessee.
Supra continues its sponsorship of the Gravity Games competition held in Cleveland, Ohio, beginning September 15th.
Supra and Indmar introduce the first catalyzed engine in the tournament boat segment, the 5.7L 340HP MPI ETX-CAT. This first-of-its-kind marine engine significantly reduced harmful emissions without a loss of power.
Supra introduces SmartPlate™. Integrated with Perfect Pass™, SmartPlate™ optimizes hole shot and then self-adjusts to a stored rider profile, custom-tailoring both speed and wake shape to a rider’s preference.
Supra and Indmar engines partner to introduce the first catalyzed 6.0L engine within the tournament boat market segment.
Supra reinvents and reintroduces a wholly redesigned Launch 21V, the first major re-fresh of the boat that was the first to be designed specifically to meet the needs of wakeboarding and wakeboarders in 1999.
Supra Boats introduced the SA350-550 – a completely new platform that combined shocking wakes, precise handling and an awesome interior
Supra Boats introduces 3 new models to the line-up; the SE, SG and SC; completely changing the face of the Supra Boats.
Skier’s Choice announced a partnership with the PWT and introduced the very first wake surfing event to be combined with the PWT.
Supra Boats introduces the SE 550 Roush Edition which perfectly intertwines the automotive heritage of Roush Performance and precision engineering of Supra Boats.
Supra Boats introduces the SR 400-450; the newest Supra that features an all-new hull design, advanced wake technology and a suite of wakeboard and wakesurf optimizations.
Supra boats introduced patented AutoWake® Technology. Designed to take the frustration out of setting up your wake. AutoWake automatically adjusts ballast to maintain optimal pitch and roll of the boat to deliver a precise wake or wave.
Supra Boats introduces the industry-altering Supra SL.
Supra Boats introduces AutoWake® 2 With Predictive State Technology. Predictive State begins measuring and filling ballast to predicted level to provide a precise wake or wave. Whether the boat is in motion or not.
Supra Boats introduces Amplitude Display. Amplitude Display shows how displacement of the boat in the water effects wake shape, size and performance.