It’s been more than a decade since MasterCraft introduced a boat to replace their world-record setting ProStar 190/197 inboard, so let’s just say the release of their new three-event towing ProStar has been beyond highly anticipated.
Part of the sport is dealing with adverse conditions and trying to figure out how to adapt in the short time that you’re on the water competing. It almost keeps things a little more exciting, because anything can happen, and it’s fun to see which competitors have the focus and the never-surrender attitude when the conditions are less than ideal.
The MasterCraft ProStar 190 offers an ingeniously designed running surface that produces flat wakes perfectly suited for tricks, slalom and jumping.
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BOAT REVIEW Yes, MasterCraft still makes the ProStar 190. Just the fact that we have to state that shows how much the water-sports boat market has changed. MasterCraft’s amazing success as a company is rooted in creating world-class, closed-bow, envy-of-the-slalom-world ski machines. Yet in the interim decades, the closed bows have been overtaken by the […]
MasterCraft ProStar 190 OVERVIEW The ProStar 190 embodies the essence of core water skiing. With its no-nonsense closed-bow design, combined with sleek lines and world-class skiing performance, this boat means business on the water. Changes to the 2005 edition cater to both aesthetics and performance with some nice bells and whistles. Below the waterline, […]