The First Ever Stern Drive Wakesurfing Boat!

Wake Surfing is a fast growing sport due to its friendliness for anyone at any age to enjoy surfing behind the boat. The Sport is popular for hundreds of reasons and is known to be safer and have less impact to your knees and body compared to wakeboarding.

In the past few years inboard boat companies have released surf technologies to make the sport bigger, better, and easier to achieve. Technologies such as Malibu Boat’s Surf-Gate that allows riders to completely customize the surf wake to their specifications. The only problem was, that all this push for wake surfing was focused in the inboard market and people who prefer bow-riders and stern drives were left without being able to surf. In the past we have always suggested that people do not surf behind an inboard/outboard stern drive boat due to the proximity the rider was to the propeller while surfing. This created a danger for riders behind stern drive boats.

Bryant Boats took it upon themselves to change the stern drive market for ever and releasing the all new 2015 233x Watersports edition bow-rider. This is the first ever stern drive boat that you can safely surf behind, and will change the industry for ever. By engineering the all new sport porch for the 233x, Bryant is able to keep surfers at a safe distance from the prop as well as creating an easy way for riders to get in and out of the water. Bryant has revolutionized the stern drive industry and has created a way to safely enjoy watersports behind stern drive boats without sacrificing the benefits of an I/O engine

The Bryant Watersports package includes: Speed control, trim tabs, plug and play ballast, underwater lighting, and many more features you have to see to believe!

Check out the video for yourself and become a believer in Bryant Boats

Not just a boat, A Bryant.

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