Those hours, days, months, and years you spent fine-tuning your bass game? We put an equal amount into designing, engineering, and now building the world's premier aluminum bass boat. Have no doubt that you'll be ready to compete on the highest levels of the national tournament trails, or just to be your best in a weekend at the lake.
The MX 21 does more than revolutionize the world of aluminum bass boats—it literally redefines it. Constructed from marine-grade high-strength aluminum, this incredible tournament bass boat is lighter, easier to maintain, and fast to plane—with no compromises on interior fishing features.
A 96" beam allows for impressive storage volume with reinforced, lockable lids and an expansive casting deck.
The premium fiberglass console offers room for your choice of electronics, and a passenger console is optional.
The aft deck features a 45-gallon livewell along with room for four batteries and a large platform for casting.
Hang up to 250 horses—the standard upper limit for tournament competition—on the transom.
We sat down with Bjorn Bloom, Category Leader for Crestliner, to discuss the design behind the MX 21—the newest, biggest, baddest bass boat his team has ever built. During his interview, he revealed the design secrets behind this game-changing, 250HP-class aluminum Mod V boat, and how Bassmaster Pro John Cox was integral to the process.
The 21' bass boat depicted is a prototype. The specifications, features, and options are subject to change.