Outback continues to tame the water behind the boat with 3-event tournament precision. The wakes are flat and soft at line lengths ranging from novice to record-breaking. The other aspect of this Moomba that has remained nearly unchanged is the price. The Outback is considerably less than other performance class boats. Of course just because there hasn't been a need for major hull changes doesn't mean Outback design has stood still. This Moomba has been 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 easy-fold Oz Tower. Get even higher at wakeboard speeds with the available Gravity 1 ballast system and optional Multisport Wakeplate. The hangout crowd will appreciate the walk-through open bow's comfortable lounge and the convertible rear seat that extends the sun pad to extremely relaxing proportions. The Outback looks as good as it makes you feel with Carbona-textured vinyl accents within and customizable gel coat options on the outside.
|Beam||7 ft 11 in||Max Draft||1 ft 10 in|
|Dry Weight||2800 lb||Max Seating Capacity||10|
|Hull Material||Fiberglass||Hull Shape||Modified Vee|
|Fuel Capacity||28 gal||Length Overall||22 ft 6 in|