Go Surf Assist Surf Tabs - 5000
Custom Swim Deck for maximum wave - 1500
Replaced Vinyl - 5000
New Clarion Head Unit (Bluetooth music) - 1000
Raised Swim Deck Bracket - 500
Fresh Air Exhuast - 700
GPS Perfect Pass- Can't remember did it back in 2010
LED Lights Rear Trailer lights - 500
New Cover 2019 - 1500
Spare Prop + Puller 500 (Stock spare prop has been replaced with biggest prop that will fit ensure the boat still pulls when maxed out on weight)
Upgraded Boat Buddy Ratchet Attachment - 400
Tinted Glass - Can't remember
Sea Dek Center Walkway -
Reinforced Engine Compartment -
Upgraded Aftermarket Ballast Wake Maker- 2500 (Rear bags have leak on to fitting would replace if you are going to fill to the max)
This is a single-owner boat. It has been stored in the garage or in indoor storage at the dealer when not in use. The MasterCraft dealer has done all winterization and services. The fuel pump has been replaced recently as well as the engine ECU. Operate just fine and has no issues. I have included close-up pictures of all the gel coat cracks. They are all around the attachment points for the tower but are pretty small overall. The trailer had a low speed run-in with another trailer when we let my mom go park it. A picture is included the fiberglass needs to be repaired or cut off we didn't fix it because didn't bother us. Overall great boat has been updated to have all the modern comforts that new boats offer (surf tab, bluetooth music, big ballast). Trailer tires are 3 years old but haven't had more than 10 trips less than 2000 miles.
Overall this is a great boat we haven't used it as much as neighbor and brother-inlaw purchased newer boats. For the last 4 years only really gets used on family reunion when we have both boats going.
Inspired by the revolutionary designs of the X-Star and X-45 and buoyed by over two decades of innovation in VectorDrive propulsion, the X-30 features a vented-step hull for superior performance, a massive open bow for lounging in the sun, a 1000-pound liner ballast system for wake-making displacement, and a beefy-yet-classy ZeroFlex Flyer wakeboard tower. The X-30?s advanced hull design incorporates more deadrise at both the bow and stern, giving it more big-water capability at cruising speeds. And once its 101-inch hull nestles into the water at speeds below 24 mph, it taunts riders with wakes that are sturdy, peaked and narrow ? making lip slides, 180s and tantrums-to-blind within the realm of possibility.At a hair under 23 feet, the 4,100-pound X-30 utilizes every square inch of onboard space, featuring clean underseat and sundeck storage compartments that will hold anything you can carry on. Up front, MasterCraft?s X-Pod inspired modular dash display and billet cockpit appointments give wake captains a perfect vantage point for finding clean water and navigating double-ups. By adding aircraft-style top lit switches, the latest CAN-driven (control area network) red faced dash and quick-view ballast gauges, and an oversized urethane glove box, we?ve truly put the ?command? in Driver?s Command Center. Add in second generation Digital Throttle Control (DTC) with standard MasterCraft Cruise, and the driving may be more fun than the riding.Up top, the X-30 sports the ZeroFlex Flyer tower, giving a sturdy pull point for riders whether they?re working on surface turns or crow mobes. Underneath the aluminum sits optional JL Audio speaker cans and lights, guaranteed to liven up any session. Also incorporated are swiveling board racks, making it easy to load boards before, during or after a set. In back, riders are welcomed by an oversized boarding platform, accentuated by the X-30s diamond shaped transom with scooped aluminum vent covers and walk-thru sun pad. The exterior will garner much wanted attention with edgy graphics while the interior, with its chic hammered metal vinyl accents, features a full wraparound seating compartment that envelopes, but doesn't compromise.
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