Set to be launched to the European market at Dusseldorf Boat Show on Saturday 21st January, the all-new hull of the XT21 delivers what MasterCraft Boats brands to be “responsive handling with minimum bow rise” improving performance “in every in-water activity”.
Michael Hardicker, MD of MasterCraft Boats UK said, “Positioned between the new XT23 and XT20, the 6.5m XT21 is a middleweight crossover boat. The crossover range has been developed to suit the widest possible range of watersports needs, whether that be wakeboarding, waterskiing, wakesurfing, towsports or tubing. The ability to handle all towboat activities makes it an ideal multipurpose watersports tender."
The new XT21 is equipped with award-winning Gen 2 Surf System, which has been custom designed for the new hull to create three zones of perfectly sculpted lips and sizeable curling surf waves. Her touchscreen controls and DockStar Handling System also simplify driving for less experienced drivers.
Michael continued, “The custom install of the Yanmar 8LV diesel engine has been a driving factor in the growing popularity of MasterCraft boats as dedicated watersports tenders on larger superyachts. We’re consistently able to show that diesel power is every bit as good as petrol for sports boats. It gives all the advantages of economy, durability and reliability, with no loss of power.
“Being able to easily refuel while at sea is a real advantage for many captains and is a significant benefit to superyachts spending long periods of time offshore.”
MasterCraft Boats will be in Hall 9 on Stand C56 during the Dussledorf Boat Show.
For more information, visit MasterCraft Boats UK.