CONVEX V HULL
Tige boats are designed with versatility in mind, featuring a Convex V Hull and TAPS technology that allows for full trim capability, making them the only inboard boats with this capability. These features allow Tige boats to offer a powerful wave, large wakes for wakeboarding, and an easily accessible slalom set. This makes Tige boats ideal for a wide range of activities, whether you are looking to surf, wakeboard, or ski with family and friends.
POWERED BY PATENTS
Tige's Convex V Hull is characterized by its upward curve toward the transom and continuous rocker, similar to the shape of a wakeboard or surfboard. This design feature is patented under #6874441. The Convex V Hull helps to provide a smooth and stable ride on the water.
PROVEN BY SCIENCE
Tige boats are designed with great attention to detail, with every aspect of the design carefully calculated and sculpted to work in harmony with the natural environment and the principles of physics. One key factor in the design is the Coanda Effect, which refers to the tendency of a fluid to stick to a curved surface. Tige boats are designed to take advantage of this effect to provide a smooth and stable ride on the water.
WE GOTTA HAND IT TO YOU
TAPS (Tige Adjustable Performance System) is a feature that allows you to adjust the running attitude and wake shape of your boat to suit your specific needs and preferences. Instead of a permanent hook, TAPS gives you the ability to fine-tune the wake to suit any sport, rider, or skill level. This gives you greater control and versatility when it comes to creating the ideal wake for your activities on the water.
Tige's Convex V Hull and TAPS system is a patented design that is highly sought after by boating enthusiasts. While other manufacturers may offer similar features such as wake plates and drag hardware, they are unable to replicate the performance and handling of a Tige inboard boat without the Convex V Hull shape. This makes Tige the clear choice for those who demand the highest level of performance and handling from their inboard boat.