2021 MasterCraft NXT22 - SOLD




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  • SUMMER IS CALLING, 
    THIS IS THE ANSWER

    The fresh new MasterCraft NXT22 is big news. One of our most popular boats ever has a brand new design and updates from tip to tail. This dream machine comes ready to rock with a feature-rich assortment of comfort and performance amenities, including a whopping 60 horsepower boost thanks to the Ilmor 6.0L engine, and it's available with the Gen 2 Surf System for ultimate wave customization. Get stoked to surf, wakeboard, and ski your summer into all-time status.

    Standard Features:
    Hull Bottom White
    Hull Color #1 Black
    Hull Color #2 Black
    Deck Color #1 Black
    Designator Chromex
    Interior Base Odessa Tan
    Interior 2nd base Odessa Tan
    HIN

    Engine

    Ilmor 6.0

    Hours


    Additional Features:
    • NXT Surf package
    • Convenience package
    • Klipsch Bluetooth
    • Boat Cover
    • Bimini Cover
    • Hard tank Ballast system
    • Zero Off GPS Cruise Control
    • Fiberglass SwimPlatform
    • Klipsch Marine stereo
    • Klipsch Marine Speakers
    • 4 Klipsch Tower Speakers
    • Swivel Board Racks
    • Auto Fire extinguisher
    • Tandem Axle Trailer
    • ** All prices shown here are estimates and subject to change. Prices do not include tax, title, dealer prep or freight. Not valid with any other offers or discounts
  • 2020 MasterCraft NXT22 from MasterCraft Media on Vimeo.

  • Boat length 22'0" / 6.70 M
    Beam 99" / 2.48 M
    Interior width * 82" / 2.08 M
    Weight 4300 LBS 
    Fuel capacity 49 Gals
    Draft 28" / .69 M
    Capacity 2312 LBS 
    Boat height ** 121.5"
    Hull  Vector Drive
    Seating 14 People
    Color options Infinite
    Storage 88 cu Ft 
    Wake Thick - Rampy Wake w/ Crisp Lip
    Surf - Powerful Wake Shape
    Activity Wakeboard - Recreation (18-22 mph)
    Surf - Awesome (9.11 mph)
    * Interior Width is measured from fiberglass inner gunnel to fiberglass inner gunnel.
    ** Boat Height specs reflect the height of a NXT tower to the lowest point of the boat's running gear.

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