UNIQUE TO NAUTIQUE
When it comes to buying a boat, there are a lot of factors to consider. In order to save you some time, we decided to provide you with a handful of items that separate us from the rest. We like to hang our hat on a handful of accolades, facts and features that we feel are important to consider when buying a new boat, and here are 9 that you won’t find anywhere else:
1. Wakesurf Boat of the Year – 3 years in a row
Riders voted the Super Air Nautique G23 to win the WakeWorld Riders Choice awards in 2014, 2015 and 2016.
2. Wakeboarding Boat of the Year – 4 years in a row
Again, voted on by the riders, The Super Air Nautique G23 won the WakeWorld Riders Choice awards in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016.
3. WSIA 2016 Most Innovative Product of the Year
The G23 was awarded the most innovative product of the year by the Watersports Industry Association.
4. Awarded 10 Straight Years of Customer Satisfaction
The National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) recognized Nautique for the tenth consecutive year of achieving excellence in customer satisfaction in the Inboard Watersports Boat category.
5. Boating Industry’s 2016 Top Products of the Year
Boating Industry Magazine selected Nautique’s Surf Select system and WaveFront™ speaker technology among the top 50 products in the industry.
6. 22 World Ski Records pulled by the Ski Nautique 200
Since the launch of the revolutionary Ski Nautique 200 in 2010, it has pulled 22 approved world records in Slalom, Trick and Jump.
7. 91 Years of Boat Building Experience
Correct Craft, Nautique’s parent company, has been building quality boats since 1925 and many of the core values and philosophies remain at the forefront of Nautique today.
8. Vertically-integrated with our Engine Provider
Pleasurecraft Marine (PCM) is owned by Correct Craft, Nautiques parent company, which allows for the most seamless powerplant integration and best customer service available.
9. Nautique Cares
Nautique uses resources to help make the world a better place. Nautique sends staff and resources around the world on service trips to help people in need.