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MasterCraft's X-Series Hits the Spot

Note: To All BoatTEST  Watersports Enthusiasts. We just tested 3 new Mastercraft models and you will find links to those tests below. The following expertly written copy was provided by Mastercraft.  Please review and click thru on any of the model links you are most interested in to see our video, article, and full test results--The BoatTEST.com Team

We know you have another side.  Yes! You are a sophisticated buyer but we know there is a part of you that craves the bold, wild side of life.  In that case, may we introduce you to the MasterCraft X-Series.  MasterCraft has a long history of building the most innovative and best performing boats in the inboard watersports industry and that reputation continues with the X-Series.  Introduced in 1996, MasterCraft's first extreme boat, the X-Star, grabbed massive attention, propelling extreme watersports even further into the country's everyday vocabulary.  With diligence and passion, MasterCraft continued to develop the X-Series and now it offers the most extensive and best selling line of wakeboard boats.  In fact, the X-Star was recently awarded the wakeworld.com Wakeboard Boat of the Year award for the second consecutive year. All this means one thing:  when you buy a MasterCraft "X" you buy the best.  But far be it from MasterCraft to sit on their laurels. 

In spite of the recent accolades, the company has forged ahead and introduced several new wakeboard boats, including the X-80, X-45 and the all new 2006 X-30. 
 

MasterCraft's X-80
The X-80 is both beauty and beast.  At 28 feet in length, the X-80 combines an innovative hull design, monstrous wakes, a roomy interior and loads of amenities in the largest wakeboard boat on the market.  The X-80's enormity and creature comforts, like the enormous fuel tank, an enclosed head and a Convenience Center with ice bucket and pressurized fresh water sink, allows families and friends to spend more time playing and less time making pit stops.  And if you crave power, you can either buy the X-80 with the standard 385-HP single engine or you can treat yourself to the twin engine X-80 STS, potentially giving you 750-HP.
 

 Medium Boat, Extra-Large Fun: X-45
The X-45, a totally new model measuring 24'5", continues along MasterCraft's theme to make sure you have comfortable room.  With an oversized catamaran inspired bow that increases seating and storage capacity while maintaining a deep "V" entry, the X-45 will allow you to bring along anyone you well please plus the few you don't.  And if space were not enough, the X-45 has a diamond shaped transom, walk-thru sunpad, scooped billet aluminum vent covers, billet cockpit appointments, aircraft style toggle switches, ballast gauges, and an oversized urethane glove box, exuding the same industrial edge that has made the MasterCraft X-Series line the choice of extreme sports fanatics.
 

New for 2006: X-30
The 2006 X-30 is the newest edition to MasterCraft's X-series.  Inspired by the revolutionary designs of the X-Star and X-45 and buoyed by over two decades of innovation, the 23 feet, 4100-pound X-30 features a vented-step hull for superior performance, a massive open bow for lounging in the sun, full uncompromising wrap around seating, a 1000-pound liner ballast system for wake-making displacement, and a beefy-yet-classy upgraded ZeroFlex Flyer wakeboard tower.  It is safe to say the X-30 rightfully fills the shoes of its predecessors and then some.  The X-30 utilizes every square inch of onboard space, featuring clean underseat and sundeck storage compartments that will hold anything you can carry on allowing you to entertain friends and family sunny day after sunny day.
 
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