MasterCraft boats offer the very best in water sports fun for you and your family. Ranging in size from 20’ to 26’, there is something on tap for nearly everyone.
Join us below and find out what size MasterCraft you should be considering.
There are a few things to talk about when deciding what size MasterCraft to choose. Let’s start with family size, water conditions, and budget.
*How many people are in your family?
-Is it just a few of you, or will you be loading up a small basketball team?
-Either way, MasterCraft has you covered!
*Where do you plan on boating the most.
-Will you be docked or lifted on smaller waters?
-Will you be trailering to a wide variety of lakes? Maybe both?
*Be aware of your budget.
-Be sure to plan for what makes sense for your family.
Let’s start with the NXT20 and XT20. Both are 20’ in length and offer a range of amenities and customizations.
Both boats are ideal for smaller families and smaller lakes. The boats in this range are quite capable of delivering all the fun you can handle.
Look for a MasterCraft NXT20 or XT20 if you have a family of 4 to 6 people and love boating on smaller, inland waters. You’ll have room for gear and guests, while still remaining budget-conscious.
Next up, let’s consider some MasterCraft boats in the 21’ to 22’ range. Here, you’ll find quite a few options in some of our best selling sizes.
The XT21, NXT22, and XT22 are some of the most popular MasterCraft models on the water. And let’s not forget the X22.
All four boats in this range will comfortably accommodate 6 to 8 people with gear. This step-up in size also allows you to handle a little bigger water while still maintaining ease of towing and handling while on the water.
Budgets vary widely from the NXT to the XT, and X models, so factor that in as you consider your options.
Jumping up to the 23’ to 24’ range gives you some boss status. You’ll be able to handle big water and a big crew.
Boats like the XStar, XT23, NXT24, and X24 will deal up massive wakesurfing waves, plenty of features, and tons of room onboard.
And finally, topping the MasterCraft charts in the 25’ and 26’ lengths, we have the XT25 and X26.
These two boats can pretty much handle it all. Big water, rough conditions, and the full squad are no match for these beasts. This size range is where you might start to hear people say things like, “no way—that boat is way too big for my lake”.
While others who have access to our Great Lakes here in the Midwest, will start to sit up and take notice of the more robust big water potential. Likewise, those boating in the Intracoastal regions of our Central Florida market will love the XT25 and X26 when hitting open water.
As you might expect, you’ll definitely find no holds barred in the design of MasterCraft’s larger models. They’re intended to accommodate the maximum amount of people and deliver big on performance and comfort.