2011 Outback
Length
Beam
Draft
Weight
Fuel
Capacity
Engine
20' 6"
95"
22"
2,750 lbs.
28 gals.
10 ppl
325 HP, V-8, 5.7 L, EFI

Outback

The Outback is the ultimate if-it-ain't-broke-don't-fix-it ski boat. Its iconic hull has been towing tournament-level slalom sets for more than a decade. In fact, it was fully accredited to pull every professional 3-event competition from 2003 to 2009. With that resume, the Outback has more than earned the status of a classic three-event ski boat, yet it costs thousands less than any other boat with similar credentials.

While the Outback's heritage is as a direct-drive slalom slalom specialist, it has plenty of crossover promise as well, thanks to a host of standard and optional features. The standard convertible rear seat, which transforms the rear bench into a sunpad, increases the Outback's lounge factor, while the standard Rad-a-cage tower and optional multi-sport wake plate and Gravity I ballast system ramp up its wakeboarding potential.

Thanks to the new colored deck and a host of new gelcoat options, the 2011 Outback's exterior is bursting with color. And the new black accent graphic, one of two fresh options for 2011, lends the boat a classic appeal. Inside, the new all-black trim package and new Carbona-textured vinyl accents help create the Outback's most polished interior ever.

Donít Underestimate the Moomba Outback.


Outback Features

Gullwing storage allows for ski and wakeboard storage and makes for a great sundeck when closed.

Indmar's 325 HP Assault engine provides all the horsepower you'll need for skiing or cross-over to wakeboarding.

Outback's cockpit is roomy and comfortable. All instruments and controls are all within easy reach of the driver for safety and convenience.

MB Quart stereo contol

Lounge seating

Walk-through bow for convenience and comfort. Stainless cupholders are located throughout the Outback.

Plenty of storage space is located behind the observer's seat on the port side of the Outback. A great place for storing PFDs when not in use.