Malibu Boats introduced the newest model, the Wakesetter 25 LSV, for 2019.
The 25 LSV is the 25-foot flagship of the LSV line. Being the biggest, it offers the most interior space, storage capacity, ballast, as well as the biggest wake and wave. With technology and comfort innovations like wireless phone charging, a redesigned helm seat, a starboard locker for cooler and general storage, the new Malibu Multi View Bench Seat, and an available integrated swim step that flips down from the swimboard, the 25 LSV offers a wide array of extras for any customer.
Wireless charging gives you a cord-free life with three different spots aboard the 25 LSV to keep your device fresh. The redesigned helm seat with leg cutouts allows the driver full range of motion to quickly turn from front to back without swiveling the whole seat. The Multi View Bench Seat is only available on the 25 LSV and provides up to eight different positions for the ultimate flexibility. Transition quickly and easily from a normal bench seat for cruising to rear-facing for watersports and even a table when it’s time to refuel.
“With plenty of room and accommodations for the whole family, a sharp new interior look with ample billet accents and true Malibu performance and quality, the new 25 LSV is the best in it’s class,” said Eric Bondy, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Malibu Boats.
The 25 LSV is available with Malibu’s new MaliBoost Jet Thruster for ultimate control in wind or current. There’s also an optional bow camera that gives you an unobstructed view from the front, perfect for docking and trailering a big boat like the 25 LSV.
With seating for 18 and just under 5,000 pounds of available ballast, the 25 LSV has all the mass necessary to make this hull carve out huge wakes, and with the multiple components of the Integrated Surf Platform (I.S.P.) to dial in your settings.
The new 25 LSV also features Malibu-staple enhancements such as Surf Gate and the Power Wedge III.
Quad Hard Tank Ballast makes the mass in the 25 LSV’s wake, and with new Maxballast L-shaped rear tanks as well as integrated float sensors in the available plug ‘n play ballast, the whole system can be monitored from the dash for precise wake engineering.
More information on the 2019 25 LSV can be found on the Malibu website.