Holiday Seasoned: Nautique But Nice

Kevin Sutton Show - Nautique G Series

This week I had the privilege to sit down with the some of the top athletes in the wake industry from wake skating, Wake Boarding and Wake Surfing to discuss the new edition of Nautique boats, the G21.

This only solidifies that the G Series stands for kicking a** . The one thing that stood out the most is the fact the wake is massive and it doesn’t require the help of (Fat Sacks). I’m sure water sports junkies like me can’t even imagine wakeboarding without the mold growing space taking eye sore.

But hey – I’m no professional, so I’ll just let you see a clip from the press release from the creators of the G Series …

“The Nautique team is excited to launch the all-new Super Air Nautique G21 as part of the incredibly successful G-Series. Wakeboarders around the world who
have been asking for it, and we are happy to deliver,” stated Nautique CEO Bill Yeargin.


“Our incredible team has done an amazing job revolutionizing the industry with both the award winning G23 and the G25. The Super Air Nautique G21
will build on Nautique’s industry leading reputation – no one else is close!” Yeargin added.

“I have had the opportunity to ride behind the new Super Air Nautique G21… There is not a wake in our industry close to the G-Series,” commented professional wakeboarder Shuan Murray.

“Being tasked to find tow boats for the Hyperlite sales force, I only had one goal; get our guys the “Gold Standard” of boats, get them a G-Series by
Nautique. I’ve been anxiously waiting what’s upon us now, the G21.

Congratulations Nautique, innovation continued,” stated Hyperlite’s vice president of marketing Greg Nelson.

“Wow, Nautique has hit it out of the park again… It is amazing what they are doing with their new boats and particularly this new G21,” commented
professional wakeboarder Mike Dowdy.

To read President/CEO Bill Yeargin’s Nautique Insider blog about the all-new Super Air Nautique G21, please visit

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– Kevin