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SWELL Wakesurf Creator 2.0 Surfing Wavesurf Shaper - Wave Generator - Floating - Durable &

4.3 out of 5 stars 385 ratings

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  • Double your Wakesurf Wave - Proprietary Design Creates Turbulence On The Opposite Side Of The Surf Wave To Allow The Surf Wave To Develop Into a Larger, Longer Wave.
  • Switch from port to starboard instantly - Easily attach and remove with suction levers above or below the water, while in the boat or in the water, quick 5 second install and removal.
  • Floating, no need to tether. - The SWELL Wakesurf Creator floats high in the water and is white in color for high visibility.
  • Suction Technology, NO Velcro, Attaches and Removes In Seconds - Large industrial suction cups hold even in the toughest conditions.
  • USA MADE AND SHIPPED! Universal, Works On All Inboards - From 1980's Ski Boats To Newer Wakeboard And Wakesurf Boats, Turn Them All Into Surf Machines With The Best Selling Wakesurf Shaper.
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We created the perfect everlasting Wakesurfing wave

If you want the perfect wave for wakesurfing, simply add the SWELL Wakesurf Creator to the side of your boat, and on the opposite side of the boat it will create the perfect large, long surf wave with plenty of push and curl!

What SWELL Wakesurf Creator Does
The SWELL Wakesurf Creator dramatically increases wake size, allows you to load your ballast and people evenly throughout the boat, switch surfing sides in a few seconds, and overall makes your surf experience much more enjoyable. SWELL uses the same hydrodynamics the factories use on new $100K+ boats.

High-Performance Suction Cups: We searched high and low for the perfect solution that is easy to install and remove, yet has tremendous holding power to withstand speeds up to 14MPH.

Marine Grade Materials: Our UV-protected marine grade polymer and stainless steel parts are built for strength and durability in any water.

Universal - Works with most boats: Completely transform your inboard or V-Drive wake for outstanding wakesurfing with SWELL Wakesurf Creator​

Clean Design: Long lasting, easy to store, and super simple to install.

Easy Installation

Simply attach the  SWELL Wakesurf Creator by pressing both suction cups firmly against the hull of the boat and flip the locking levers. Install on the opposite side of the surfer, 3"-4" below the water line when the boat is fully loaded. You will need an area 5"x13" for it to properly attach.


Install on Opposite Side

Simply install the SWELL Wakesurf Creator to the non-surf side of the boat.  The SWELL Wakesurf Creator delays convergence of the opposite wave, allowing the surf wave to get longer, larger and have more push.  The SWELL Wakesurf Creator attaches with two powerful suction cups that can be removed and applied in a few seconds to the other side of the boat.

No Need to Weight Your Boat to One Side

You can load your ballast and people evenly throughout the boat.  This allows the driver and everyone else on board to have a much more enjoyable and safe ride.

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4.0 out of 5 stars A Cheaper Option.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Cheaper Option.
Reviewed in the United States on August 4, 2017
Update 8/8/2017

Was able to get out onto the water with the swell and do some testing vs the Mission Delta, as well as vs no device.

First impression was a little disappointing. As I unwrapped the safety cord, I was sad to see that it did not come with a clasp and so a not has to be tied when it is used instead of simply clipping it to the boat, perhaps this is part of the cost savings to reach a lower price point, but seems a little short as the device still costs a couple hundred bucks and a clip would have cost a few cents.

Moving past that the device did indeed float, but while that is listed as a reason it doesn't need a tether, even floating, it can be a challenge to find something on the water if you are not sure where it came off. The Mission Delta also floats, but provided a very nice hookup cable with clasp.

In great part this review is a comparison to the Mission Delta device, which I have used for the last year and have been quite happy with. You can read my Mission Delta review here:

Attaching it to the boat, I immediately missed my Mission Delta. There are two many differences. When pressing either up against the boat, while in the water, you are also pushing yourself away from the boat. This makes it a little challenging to set the device as if you do not get suction quickly you are almost immediately no longer touching the suction cup to the boat. While neither is hard to do this with quickly, it is hard to get it in the right location, which testing has shown matters, quickly. With the Mission Delta, I am able to set one cup quickly and sloppily and then adjust the positioning, setting the second cup well, and then repositioning the first cup. This procedure did not work with the Swell. Once I set the first cup, I could not move the device at all. This made getting it low and back as far as possible challenging and a little frustrating. It took me several attempts before I was able to set it. The attachment process is complicated by the need to "burp" the suction cups to remove as much air as possible before setting the clip, in order to get the best seal. The "burp" is done by pressing the clasp into the suction cup before closing the clasp.

All that said, the suction created by the swell was clearly stronger than the Mission Delta. While that is a good thing in general, it is pretty moot as I have never had an issue with the Mission Delta coming off even when I forget to remove it and am going 35, it easily stays attached at the 8-12 surf speed.

With the device attached, it was time to test the wake. We had weighted the boat to our sweet spot, about 1500 lbs upfront, 750 lbs center, and 2500 in the back evenly distributed, it's a 25 ft boat, takes a lot of weight. The wave still looked like trash. Slop coming down both sides of the peak with no definition. Starting up now with the SWELL in place, this immediately changes, the wave takes shape becomes well defined. The Swell is doing it's job, and I am ready to surf. The wave is a little different than the Mission Delta wave we have become used to. The wave is not as "long" meaning that, face of the wave is closer to parallel with the rear of the boat, and less parallel to the side of the boat, or said differently it faces the people in the boat more than the Mission Delta wave does. This difference means that the wave will feel a little bigger (it is not), and the wave will have greater "push" to the rider, making it a bit easier to ride especially for Mr. 280lbs like me. On the downside, it means less surface area to work with when doing tricks (I'm not there yet, but my buddies are). We could adjust the situation by adding additional weight forward in the boat to elongate the wave, but we are already at risk of scooping up the wave when picking up a down rider, with the amount of weight we have upfront.

With the swell attached, turning the boat against the device becomes very difficult, in fact the boat just isn't really willing to turn against it. I am told this is more comparable to the wake plates that are common on the newer wakesetters, the devices that inspired these alternative devices, for those of us who can't buy a 2018 boat. The Mission Delta was not nearly as notable in this regard, while some challenge was felt, I frequently still turned against the Mission Delta when picking up a rider. There is another side effect caused by this. The front of our boat when loaded this way will easily dip below the peak of the surf wave we create if we turn into it, resulting in a bit of a tidal wave of water coming onboard. Our practice is to stop and let the wave pass before turning, but the Swell has a mind of it's own and will start that process prematurely if we do not pay attention.

All in all though the Swell does the job, it is not too difficult to work with and I do not have a problem recommending it. However, it is not a clear replacement for the Mission Delta, and we will be keeping both on the boat, to suit rider preference. See my pictures attached as comparison and mark my review if you found it helpful. There are also a number of links in my original review below, check them out if you have the time or just to say thank you for the time I spent preparing this review.

Pre-boating reivew

Received this yesterday and wanted to post some preliminary results. I have and love the Mission Delta, but have been very curious about the SWELL solution and how it compares to the Mission Delta. You can read my Mission Delta review here

The Swell appears better built than I had expected. It is substantially heavier than the Mission Delta. It appears that it may take more space, as the Mission Delta nests well around a corner in my boat, but if it delivers, I'll make room.

I was happy to see that it had an included tether, though the tether is not as nice as the one on the Mission Delta.

The suction cups seem to cup significantly more than the Mission Delta cups do. This should provide substantially more hold potentially, but I have not had an issue with the Mission Delta moving ever.

I will say that I am looking forward to testing both of these on Saturday, and mostly to surfing the best surf possible. I'll update once I have the new info.
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Emily Fulgham
5.0 out of 5 stars the Swell is the best $230 I have ever spent
Reviewed in the United States on August 1, 2017
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5.0 out of 5 stars the Swell is the best $230 I have ever spent
Reviewed in the United States on August 2, 2017
I have a 2000 Tige' 21V that I have spent thousands of dollars on over the years building a custom ballast system, new tower, even fiberglass work at the stern to improve the shape of the wake. For surfing, the Swell is the best $230 I have ever spent. The surf wake is bigger and cleaner with no one in the boat but the driver, than it was with all the other upgrades combined and 4 people in the boat before putting this thing on. You still need ballast to get the size of the wake up, but best performance with the Swell on is all tanks full/even just as the directions say.

I've used the Delta Mission too and the problem with it on my boat is the wake plate is in front of the suction cups, so even pushed all the way to the back of the hull the plate is still too far forward. The Swell is much more compact and has the plate between the suction cups, and the plate being the extra foot or so closer to the rear makes all the difference on my boat.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wow, just wow, surfing with this has made ...
Reviewed in the United States on September 11, 2017
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