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2022 MasterCraft XT24

The XT24 creates waves with tons of push and a large sweet spot.

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With a higher freeboard, more ballast and a slew of new features, MasterCraft’s XT24 ushers in a new era of versatility and performance for watersports fans. 

MasterCraft XT24 on the lake
The XT24 is highly customizable. Garrett Cortese

Aesthetically, the XT24 blends sleek lines with aggressive touches. With room for 17, comfort and storage abound. MasterCraft’s interior construction is some of the most comfortable available. Take a seat in the sculpted rear cabin seats to port and starboard, and you’ll quickly understand. When it’s time to lounge, opt for the flip-up backrests on the transom seats and enjoy watching the kiddos swim. When it’s time to ride, the convertible rear bench and flip-up backrests make it easy to watch the on-water action.

XT24 bow seating
With room for 17, comfort and storage abound. Garrett Cortese

The fun behind the boat is where the XT24 shines, thanks in large part to the all-new SurfStar system. With new position-sensor technology and stronger actuators for the transom-mounted surf plates, the system delivers more consistent and reliable waves. The 3,600 pounds of ballast combined with the XT24’s hull—based off the award-winning X24—help create waves with tons of push and a large sweet spot, while the wakeboard wakes are symmetrical with a nice transition for catching big air.

XT24 helm
The helm can be outfitted with sporty analog gauges and a small touchscreen, or a larger dual-screen setup. Garrett Cortese

With a wide variety of options, the XT24 is highly customizable. From flooring to windshields and towers to helm systems, the XT24 can be built exactly how buyers want and need. Our test model was equipped with the brand-new Z10 tower, a fully automated power tower that raises and lowers with the push of a button. Clamping board racks are standard on any tower, making board storage easy and convenient.

XT24 cockpit
The Z10 tower raises and lowers with the push of a button. Garrett Cortese

The helm can be outfitted with sporty analog gauges and a small touchscreen, or a larger dual-screen setup. Our test model featured the large touchscreen, allowing for easy access to the XT24’s systems. Setting up for surf or wakeboard action is a breeze, and if a rider finds certain custom settings to suit their needs, they can be saved as a user profile. With Ilmor’s 6.0-liter engine and the 2-to-1 gear ratio, there’s plenty of torque for getting out of the hole, while the 92 gallons of fuel means the fun will last all day—and then some.

XT24 transom
Flip-up backrests on the transom seats add to the comfort. Garrett Cortese

High Points

  • Standard transom walkthrough makes boarding a breeze while keeping feet off upholstery.
  • XT24 can be equipped with up to five wireless chargers.
  • Customize with Chromax tower and windshield inlays that are color-matched to the hull.
XT24 performance data
MasterCraft XT24 Certified Test Results Boating Magazine

How We Tested

  • Engine: Ilmor 6.0L 380 hp
  • Drive/Prop: V-drive/OJ 18″ x 15″
  • Gear Ratio: 2.00:1 Fuel Load: 81 gal. Crew Weight: 540 lb.

Pricing and Specs

Price: $145,250 (starting)
LOA: 24’0″
Beam: 8’6″
Draft: 2’5″
Dry Weight: 5,550 lb.
Ballast: 3,600 lb. (with SurfStar)
Seat/Weight Capacity: 17/2,500 lb.
Fuel Capacity: 92 gal.

MasterCraft Boats – Vonore, Tennessee; 423-884-2221; mastercraft.com

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