The MasterCraft X-1 is about as close to classic as wakeboard boats get. The original X-Star, the MasterCraft X-1 earned its legendary status towing the X Games and the MasterCraft Pro Wakeboard Tour and boosting Parks Bonifay to the sport’s first 1080. Today, the MasterCraft X-1 combines the same wakes that helped make Bonifay famous with standard modern wake equipment like the Zero Flex tower, MasterCraft cruise control and a three-tank ballast system that holds more than 700 pounds — all for a very affordable $40,000.
X-Series Board Racks
We see a lot of great board racks every year, and none are better than these X-Series racks. With the twist of a knob and the pull of a pin, these sturdy beauties spin in and out of the boat for easy loading and unloading. And a tug on a lever locks your boards in place. An option on the entry-level MasterCraft X-1, they’re a must-have upgrade for any rider.
- People: 11
- Dry weight: 3,200 lb.
- Fuel capacity: 33 gal.
- Tower: Zero Flex Flyer
- Racks: Fixed*, swivel and locking*
- Wake shaper: N/A
- Length: 20 ft. 7 in.
- Width: 7 ft. 6 in.
- Bow length: 64 in.
- Bow width: 62 in.
- Floor to tower: 77 in.
- Gunwale: 26 in.
- Main lounge: 46 sq. ft.
- Sun pad: 12 sq. ft.
- Platform: 63 sq ft.
- Ballast: 738 lb. (one 288-lb. bow tank; two 225-lb. center tanks)
- Standard: Indmar RTP-1 5.7L 310 hp
- Test: Indmar MCX 5.7L, 350 hp
- Test prop: OJ 14.25 x 14.5 four-blade
- Cruise: MasterCraft cruise, PerfectPass Wakeboard Pro*, ZeroOff Wakeboard*
* = Optional
The wake behind the MasterCraft X-1 is like Old Faithful. It’s got a perfect transition, a really clean lip and it’s super-consistent. Bonifay used to go absolutely ballistic behind this boat — so can you.