Monday, August 27, 2012

2013 Moomba Boats Model Line

Moomba boats @MoombaBoats are designed and built to create a  “no worries” outlook on the water. You’ll find traces of this theme in every aspect of these water sports boats. The folks at Moomba worry about the boats and how families will use them so you don’t have to. That’s why Moomba boats are designed and built to be used simply but effectively. No worries describes Moomba characteristics like simplicity, performance , reliability, value, high-end appeal and price.  We’ve taken the guess work out of owning high-performing water sports boats like the family-centric tournament skiing Outback, the versatile wake-surf-ski Outback V, the choice for serious wakes the all new Mobius LSV and the boat that puts magic in your riding, the Mojo 2.5. With Moomba, boat owners enjoy amazing performance and extreme value. If it’s a Moomba there are no worries.


Outback (flickr.com image gallery)

Go Outback and beat'em! The 2013 Moomba Outback continues to edge out the competition with 3-event tournament precision, a price tag way under budget, interior comfort and a cool new appearance option. The wakes are flat and soft at line lengths ranging from novice to record-breaking. The Outback is an extreme value and considerably less than other direct-drive water sports boats. This Moomba is infused with versatility to appeal not just to a slalom skiing family, but those who like to do it all. For the board riding set, Outback comes standard with the folding Oz Tower, Digital Cruise and the new Surf+ platform. Get even higher at wakeboard speeds with the available Gravity I ballast system and optional Multisport Wakeplate. The interior comfort includes a walk-through open bow  lounge, a new adjustable driver's seat, a redesigned dash and a convertible rear seat that extends the sun pad to extremely relaxing proportions. The Outback looks as good as it makes you feel with the new available Ramp graphics and the ability to add gel coat color to the interior. This ski boat is ready to go with standard features like a Sony Sound System and Boatmate trailer.  This Moomba doesn't just keep up with the Joneses, it beats them with price, performance, comfort and appearance. Let's go Outback!

Overall Length w/o Platform: 20' 6"
Overall Length w/ Platform: 22' 6"
Overall Length w/ Trailer: 23' 10"
Width (Beam): 95"
Overall Width w/ Trailer: 102"
Draft: 22"
Weight - Boat only: 2,800 lbs
Weight - Boat and Trailer: 3,650 lbs
Capacity - Passenger: 10
Capacity - Weight: 1,400 lbs
Capacity - Fuel: 28 gals
Capacity - Ballast (Standard): NA
Capacity - Ballast (Optional): 275 lbs
Engine - Electronic Fuel Injection: 330 HP, V-8

Outback V
(flickr.com image gallery)

Just as competitive as its direct-drive counter-part, the Outback V is the ultimate versatile water sports boat that will not go over your budget. This feature-packed v-drive helps you water ski, wakeboard and wakesurf without breaking the bank. It also accommodates like a champ with a new adjustable driver's seat, roomy social seating for 12, a walk-though open bow, a fiberglass transom walk-across, smartly concealed storage, tons of cup holders and a Sony Sound System. Whether your crew wants to lean into some slalom, flip for riding or curl-up in a wave, the Outback V delivers. Add the Multisport Wakeplate to fine tune your wakes for all water sports disciplines, at any speed or line length. If your water sports aspirations swell with the wake, opt for the 1200-pound Gravity III ballast system to wakeboard and surf your days away. Rope the Oz Tower and wakeboard or ditch the rope all together and take advantage of the wave behind the new Surf+ platform. When your energy is spent, drive it. This compact performer handles like a dream with flat turns and an aggressive running surface that slices through chop even on a rough day. The Outback V is even easy to tow and store at a manageable 20 feet long. Everything to everyone only begins to describe it.

Overall Length w/o Platform: 20'
Overall Length w/ Platform: 22'
Overall Length w/ Trailer: 24' 2"
Width (Beam): 96"
Overall Width w/ Trailer: 102"
Draft: 24"
Weight - Boat only: 3,300 lbs
Weight - Boat and Trailer: 4,150 lbs
Capacity - Passenger: 12
Capacity - Weight: 1,600 lbs
Capacity - Fuel: 39 gals
Capacity - Ballast (Standard): NA
Capacity - Ballast (Optional): 1,200 lbs
Engine - Electronic Fuel Injection: 330 HP, V-8

NEW Mobius LSV (flickr.com image gallery)

Moomba's engineering mantra of "continuous improvement" found its way to the #1 selling value performance wake boat for 2013. The Mobius LSV has been redesigned to offer even more incredible wake performance, a deep wake surf interior with a completely new look, fiberglass floor with snap-out carpet and a new graphic exterior design. At 21 feet 6 inches, the LSV is literally the perfect size. Big enough to fit all your friends and help them excel in their favorite wake sports, but small enough to garage, trailer and handle with ease. This Moomba is loaded with the wake riding tools you need so take a minute on the new tooled-in transom seat to prepare for your next personal best. The Oz Tower joins other standard features like Digital Cruise Pro, 1800 pounds of upgradable Gravity III-D ballast, the Multisport Wakeplate, a Sony Sound System, a BoatMate Trailer, the Surf+ platform and the catalyzed Indmar Assault 330 horse power engine.  You can even customize your LSV with a new pattern and the choice of exterior and interior gel coat colors. The industry's best selling value performance wake boat just got even better.

Overall Length w/o Platform: 21' 6"
Overall Length w/ Platform: 23' 6"
Overall Length w/ Trailer: 25' 3"
Width (Beam): 97"
Overall Width w/ Trailer: 102"
Draft: 25"
Weight - Boat only: 3,800 lbs
Weight - Boat and Trailer: 4,650 lbs
Capacity - Passenger: 13
Capacity - Weight: 1,800 lbs
Capacity - Fuel: 39 gals
Capacity - Ballast (Standard): 1,800 lbs
Capacity - Ballast (Optional): NA
Engine - Electronic Fuel Injection: 330 HP, V-8

Mojo 2.5 (flickr.com image gallery)

Bringing inspiration and innovation to value performance wake boating, the Mojo 2.5 wide-bow boat is an experience in wakes, handling, ride, reliability and fun. This 22-foot 6-inch wake slider's dream rolls off the production line with a boat-load of standard features and more wake sport performance than its price class can handle. A definite departure from the “me too” pickle fork trend in wakeboard boat design, this Moomba gives value performance buyers a safe, deep, wide bow in addition to extreme functionality. Simply comfortable interior design compliments the functional nature of the boat with snap-out carpet covering an, easily maintained, all fiberglass floor. This unique boat design is pushed by the torquey Indmar Assault 330 horse power engine, perfect to pull all levels of riders. Beginner to pro will flip for the Moomba Multisport Wakeplate, Digital Pro speed control, the new upgradable 1800-pound Gravity III-D ballast system and the new standard Surf+ wakesurfing platform. Put some more pop in your lake life with the 2013 Moomba Mojo 2.5.

Overall Length w/o Platform: 22' 6"
Overall Length w/ Platform: 24' 6"
Overall Length w/ Trailer: 26' 2"
Width (Beam): 99"
Overall Width w/ Trailer: 102"
Draft: 27.5"
Weight - Boat only: 3,900 lbs
Weight - Boat and Trailer: 5,100 lbs
Capacity - Passenger: 16
Capacity - Weight: 2,400 lbs
Capacity - Fuel: 49 gals
Capacity - Ballast (Standard): 1,800 lbs
Capacity - Ballast (Optional): NA
Engine - Electronic Fuel Injection: 330 HP, V-8

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