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MasterCraft Boats Intros New 2020 Models

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

July 9, 2019

Tennessee-based MasterCraft Boat Holdings, maker of recreational powerboats, announced new 2020 model year features for its towboat range, through a combination of new in-house designs and leveraging its exclusive partnerships.

The company that has four wholly-owned brands, MasterCraft, NauticStar, Crest and Aviara Boats, said in a press note that it has also revamped two models in its value-focused NXT crossover boat line.

“We’re endless in our search to give potential owners more reasons to choose MasterCraft,” said Terry McNew, President and CEO of MasterCraft Boat Holdings, Inc. “We made huge strides with the 2019 MasterCraft model range, and through our consistent new innovations. For the coming model year, we’re excited to comprehensively elevate our award-winning lineup.”

"MasterCraft’s partnership with Ilmor Marine has enabled owners to utilize the most efficient, high performance powerplants available. For 2020, MasterCraft has replaced the base 5.7L Ilmor engine in all XT and NXT models with the more powerful 6.0L MPI Ilmor engine as standard equipment. The new 6.0L MPI Ilmor engine is a higher performance entry level FWS (Fresh Water Series) powerplant," said the release.

The second highlight with MasterCraft’s Ilmor engines for 2020 is that they now have an extended, seven year, 1000-hour warranty - the longest, most comprehensive engine warranty in the towboat industry.

MasterCraft has collaborated again with its audio partners to offer the new Premium Plus Stereo option to the 2020 boat range that raises the bar, it said.

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