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In 1997, Correct Craft introduced a revolutionary hull design known as Total Surface Control (TSC), which incorporated a number of innovative hydrodynamic features. Within one year of its release, the new hull design set more records and personal slalom bests than any tow boat on the market. In fact, during its first tournament appearance, the TSC-equipped Ski Nautique pulled Kristi Overton Johnson to a new women’s world record, and two men’s world records soon followed.

Having perfected and proven the new hull in ’97, Correct Craft engineers turned their attention to topside refinements for 1998. One of the most obvious changes comes in the human engineering department, in the form of a new rear seat. Designed to create additional interior space, the seat has a removable midsection for simplified platform access and can be removed to facilitate hard-core training sessions.

Another innovative feature found on ’98 models is a bottom-swing tachometer that affords the driver faster at-a-glance scanning. Other aspects of the dash and driver’s area remain unchanged, and continue to draw praise from veteran and professional drivers who appreciate the excellent ergonomics and overall “feel” one experiences behind the wheel of the Ski Nautique.




Make: Correct Craft

Model: Ski Nautique

Year: 1998

Length: 19.6 feet

Beam: 91 inches

Draft: 24 inches

Engine: PCM GT40 (310hp)

Fuel capacity: 32 gallons (121 liters)



Ski mirror, bimini top, teak wood swim platform and a Nautique trailer with a single axle and trailer guides, Perfect Pass Star Gazer with Z Box upgrade, Stereo/CD, Barefoot Boom, Mooring Cover.