It's true. Moombas do cost less than comparably equipped tournament boats. Much less. But it's also true that Moomba has earned the coveted NMMA CSI award not once, but twice, signifying exceptional achievement in customer satisfaction. Our owners aren't the only ones who are satisfied with Moomba boats. Moomba has towed professional riders at the Gravity Games, at the WWA World Championships, and at top-level amateur competitions across the globe.
So how do we earn the respect of owners and pro riders alike while building boats that perform flawlessly day after day, season after season? How do we produce uncompromised quality at a remarkable value price?
In a phrase, we keep it simple. We still hand-roll every inch of fiberglass in our hulls. We purchase only the finest component parts from leading industry suppliers like Indmar's GM Vortec marinized engines. Every Moomba is equipped with exactly what a water sports enthusiast needs to make any day on the lake memorable.
With its superior design, the Moomba Outback has dodged the computer aided drawing board. Why mess with a good thing? 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 Mulitsport 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. The Outback is a family water sports success story that
could be yours.
Cross over to having it all under budget. The Outback V is the ultimate water sports crossover 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 roomy social seating for 12, a walk-though open bow, bottomless storage, tons of cup holders and a Sony Sound System. The whole crew will want to come along for a pull behind this one. Whether they want 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. And when your energy is spent, drive it. This compact performer handles like a dream with 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 doesn't begin to describe it.
The largest Moomba Mobius, the XLV measures 23 feet from bow to stern with a welcoming 16-person interior, but size is only part of the accommodation. The Mobius XLV is designed with simple yet usable details that raise the level of comfort way past value class. A playpen bow, rear facing pop-up lean backs, convertible lounge seating and a flip-up driver's bolster represent the thoughtful functionality and soft interior of the XLV. But don't let that fool you. This wakeboard boat is a tough competitor. The size of the boat lends itself to nice wakes, but Moomba capitalizes on that disposition with rider-centric features and options. Grow the weight and the wake to as much as 1450 pounds of displacement with the available Gravity III ballast system. Customize the wake shape for various water sports with a press of the Multisport Wakeplate lever at the dash. Even personalize the look of your XLV with the available V2 tower. This forward swept, powder coated cast aluminum tower changes the look of the XLV with a custom bimini and board racks, but it also adds to the boats functionality with spring assisted fold-down. And if you are still looking for more ways to stand out on the lake, choose Moomba's Gravity Edition package with maximum factory ballast, Digital Pro speed control and a head-turning graphics scheme. The Mobius XLV is big fun
NEW FOR 2012
Bringing inspiration back 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 rider'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 new 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. This unique 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, speed control and the available Gravity III ballast system. Visit your local Moomba Dealer and put some more pop in your lake life with the Mojo 2.5.
Don't underestimate the Mojo.