Our Hull

Born for Wake Sports

Designed by wake enthusiasts, our innovation and attention to detail shine where it matters most.

Born for Wake Sports

Designed by wake enthusiasts, our innovation and attention to detail shine where it matters most.


It looks
different
Because it
is different

Twin bow sponsons allow the boat to take on large waves without taking on water while returning to the rider and increase the boat’s overall stability at slower speeds.

Bow Sponsons

The optimal wakeboard wake is perfectly symmetrical. So we created one of the widest transoms in the category to cancel out prop torque, for balance and less sensitivity to weight distribution.

Greater transom width

Unlike traditional boats that use lifting strakes to rise, wake sports boats need to push lower into the water. So we designed Bailing Strakes™ to push water from under the boat, enabling more downforce.

Bailing strakes

Our unique, angled transom creates a natural curl in the wake as the water releases from the hull side at different times, producing a superior wave for surfing.

117° Transom angle

Displacement is limited by the boat’s side height or freeboard. Heyday’s aft freeboard is deeper, increasing the amount of hull that can be pushed into the water.

Freeboard depth

Soft-radiused corners pull the water around on the listed side of the boat. Working with the 117° transom angle, they create an ideal surf curl.

Radiused transom corners

Wave height is determined by displacement, or the amount of the hull that rides below the waterline. Our integrated ballast tanks fill with water to push the hull deeper into the water, increasing displacement and wave height.

Integrated ballast

Our standard or optional Zero Off GPS Speed Control systems allow you to maintain a constant speed for a more consistent wave.

Speed control