MasterCraft makes its foray into the big boat business with the MasterCraft 300


MasterCraft has made its foray into the big boat business with their latest offering the MasterCraft 300. With the 30-foot, 4-inch twin inboard (the platform adds another 3.5 feet) boat, the company wants to reset a boat buyer’s expectations about how a day-tripper should make its owner feel. A recreational vessel like no other, its cockpit features big-boat electric equipment standard, but you can also opt for the Raymarine E80 and get a systems monitor with maps, radar and a 3-D terrain view of the ocean floor. The boat’s tinted glass hardtop is lined with a misting system. Guests can lounge on the transom’s adjustable seating with custom wetbars on either side. There is also space to accommodate an electric grill or a Flatscreen. The 300 is the first boat in the segment with a twin-tipped monohull, which opens up space in the interior cabin. The interior boasts of hardwood cabinets and hardwood floors, ultra-leather fabrics, a galley with all the mod-cons, and a stand-up shower with a full-sized door. There is also a room with a big bed for you to take short nap in. What is more, the room includes a Contour Zone remote (or C-Zone to you, Commodore), which puts you in pushbutton control of all the boat’s electrical systems.

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A boat for the recreational luxury lover, it is definitely a class apart.
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[Luxist]