2013 Outback
Length
Beam
Draft
Weight
Fuel
Capacity
Engine
20' 6"
95"
22"
2,800 lbs.
28 gals.
10 ppl
330 HP, V-8 CAT, EFI

Outback

The 2013 Moomba Outback continues to edge out the competition with 3-event tournament precision, a price tag way under budget, interior comfort and a cool new ap- pearance option. The wakes are flat and soft at line lengths ranging from novice to record-breaking. The Outback is an extreme value and considerably less than other direct-drive water sports boats. This Moomba is 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 folding Oz Tower, Digital Cruise and the new Surf+ platform. Get even higher at wakeboard speeds with the available Gravity I ballast system and optional Multisport Wakeplate. The interior comfort includes a walk- through open bow lounge, a new adjustable driverís seat, a redesigned dash and a convertible rear seat that extends the sun pad to extremely relaxing proportions. The Outback looks as good as it makes you feel with the new available Ramp graphics and the ability to add gel coat color to the interior. This ski boat is ready to go with standard fea- tures like a Sony Sound System and Boatmate trailer. This Moomba doesnít just keep up with the Joneses, it beats them with price, performance, comfort and appearance. Letís go Outback!


Outback Features

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

Indmarís 330 HP Assault engine provides all the horsepower youíll need for skiing or cross-over to wakeboarding.

Outbackís 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 observerís seat on the port side of the Outback. A great place for storing PFDs when not in use.