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Hey guys/gals.... looking at two boats, one is a 2012 centurion Enzo SV233 the other is a 2013 Malibu 21vlx, I’m wanting to surf and wakeboard. I’ve read so much 

I’ve got myself all confused. Which is the better and why please.

 

thanks in advance 

rick

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If the prices were the same and you want it (can haul it, store it), I'd go for the extra 2'; will help the surf wave. Both should benefit from a shaper for surfing.

2013 is going to be before malibu had surf gates (thanks for the correction hunter77ah), will put you in the times of the Maliview de-lamination (not sure if the centurion is known for this as well). The redeeming factor is going to be the Wedge.

But the 2012 may not have Ramfill which would be the nicity of a 2013.
 

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Correction by hunter77ah
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20 minutes ago, smileysteve said:

If the prices were the same and you want it (can haul it, store it), I'd go for the extra 2'; will help the surf wave. Both should benefit from a shaper for surfing.

2013 is going to be before malibu had surf gates, will put you in the times of the Maliview de-lamination (not sure if the centurion is known for this as well). The redeeming factor is going to be the Wedge.

But the 2012 may not have Ramfill which would be the nicity of a 2013.
 

Not True- Malibu started surfates in 2013. 

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