About Us

We are the proud manufacturer of Supra and Moomba performance inboard wakeboard and waterski towboats. Skier’s Choice is a privately held company located in the heart of boating country in Maryville, Tennessee. Skier’s Choice products are manufactured to deliver high value, class leading innovation, industry leading satisfaction and a premium customer experience. Our products are manufactured to stringent standards in a lean manufacturing facility dedicated to making a positive impact in our community and a minimum impact on the environment.

Since 1981, every feature, every component, even the interior stitching has been precision engineered to enhance your experience and deliver the ultimate in performance. That’s the commitment of Supra boats and the proof is in every boat we make.

At Moomba, we don’t just make boats. We make the reason you get out of bed in the morning and the things you dream about at night. We get you through your 9-5 and give you a reason to feel alive. We make big sets and bigger air possible. It’s a boat designed to grow with your ambitions.

Our Partners & Affiliations

The National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) is the nation’s leading trade association representing boat, marine engine and accessory manufacturers. Collectively, NMMA members manufacture an estimated 80 percent of marine products used in North America.

Independent Boat builders, Inc. (IBBI) is a collaborative effort to negotiate the best sources and arrangements for raw materials. It’s a purchasing cooperative founded by a group of independent boat builders who are continually looking for ways to add value to their businesses. These value-focused efforts ultimately benefit the end consumer.

The American Boat & Yacht Council (ABYC) is a non-profit, member organization that develops voluntary safety standards for the design, construction, maintenance, and repair of recreational boats. ABYC is the premier global standards organization in the marine industry and a leader in technical education and technician certification.

The U.S. Coast Guard National Recreational Boating Safety Program

The WSIA’s mission is to promote and protect all towed watersport activity.

The INT League is an exciting league for wake boarding, waterskiing, kneeboarding and wake skating that hosts competitions throughout the country.

USA Water Ski is the national governing body of organized water skiing in the United States. USA Water Ski is a member of the International Waterski & Wakeboard Federation (world governing body), the Pan American Sports Organization and the United States Olympic Committee.

The WWA is a rider-formed organization dedicated to promoting and growing competitive wake sports around the world. It is the leading source for riders, events and competitive standards and the undisputed sanctioning and governing body for the sport.

The world-renowned World Wakeboard Center sustains a friendly environment coupled with a successful program suitable for students training at all skill levels. The program includes a schedule coordinating daily activities on and off the water. Riders can choose wake boarding, wake skating or wake surfing for any or all of their sessions.

The Supra Boats Pro Wakeboard Tour is the most dominant, highest credibility professional wakeboard circuit in the world. Comprised of four national cash prize events, the PWT showcases the world’s top athletes from Europe, Australia, Canada, the US and more.

Skier’s Choice in conjunction with Atlanta Marine Support YMCA Camp High Harbour. At High Harbour, they teach many skills that help each camper to develop mentally, physically and emotionally. While also trying to help each member of the camp community develop values that will lead to becoming a more mature, creative and helpful person. In a supportive community of peers and dedicated leaders, each camper has the opportunity to gain independence and accept new responsibilities.

SouthTown Riders began in 2001 as a dream of some young guys that were passionate about two things: wake boarding and impacting youth. Danny Tolentino and a few friends started a wake boarding camp and youth ministry in the summer of 2001 using his personal boat and gear pooled together to outfit the boats. They reached out to youth groups and local non-profit organizations to bring kids and teenagers through a day camp focused on teaching wake boarding and sharing the story of how Christ had changed their lives.