Storage can be an issue for smaller boats, but the X10 is built on a deep gridline stringer, which means you’ve got plenty of hinged, finished storage from front to back. The deep construction also means more capacity; an astounding 14 warm bodies in a hull that’s just over 21 feet. Classic MasterCraft style is showcased throughout. From ergonomic seating to billet aluminum to textured vinyl, the MasterCraft name has a certain connotation and it’s because the company has always protected its brand with top-end materials and craftsmanship. The X10’s profile is distinct and has an understated logo badge on the outside that identifies the boat without overdoing it. At the helm, the X10’s dash is a work of art. Analog redundancies back up the digital screen, and all the boat’s functionality is easily accessible through one or the other. You’ll appreciate the substantial billet switches, and the three gauges you need the most are front and center so you always know what’s going on at a glance.