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Starcraft Boat Specs

by Kyla Chele Cambrooke

Starcraft manufactured its first boat in 1903. Over the years, the company has produced various watercraft, including deck boats, runabouts and pontoons. You can find a Starcraft boat made from such materials as fiberglass and aluminum. Whether you are looking for a boat for two or six people, you can likely find a Starcraft that meets your requirements.

Aluminum Boats

Startcraft aluminum boats feature stainless steel, rust-resistant bow rails. The Fishmaster Series aluminum boats come in two models. The Fishmaster 2100 boat produces 250 horsepower, holds up to 52 gallons of gas and can accommodate up to 10 people. The boat measures 20 feet 10 inches long, has an interior depth of 21 inches, a transom width of 99 inches and tows up to 3,795 lbs.

Fiberglass Boats

Starcraft fiberglass boats features wraparound windshields, vinyl upholstery and sundecks. Boats made with fiberglass include the Star Step IO Series models. The Star Step IO Series includes four models with a capacity weight ranging from 1,550 to 1,900 lbs. Boat lengths include 19 feet; 20 feet, 4 inches; and 21 feet, 7 inches. Each boat offers a 94-inch transom width. For example, the Star Step 221 IO boat generates 425 horsepower, holds up to 51 gallons of gas and can haul up to 4,705 lbs.

Pontoon Boats

Starcraft pontoon boats feature aluminum transoms, vinyl upholstery and air-filled tubes that help save gas. For example, the Majestic 276 RE CR accommodates up to 18 people and has a 35-gallon fuel tank. The 200-horsepower boat has a 20-inch transom width, an interior depth of 27 inches and measures 27 feet, 3 inches long.

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