Newest model offers total fishability and maximum performance for an unbeatable boat and experience
FORT WORTH, TEXAS – Triton Boats announced today the launch of the all-new Triton 21 XRT, for a new era for total fishability and maximum performance in bass fishing. Redesigned and refreshed to maximize time on the water, the Triton 21 XRT offers improved features that will impress the most serious of anglers.
“The Triton 21 XRT was made to get the job done and enjoy every second doing it,” said Randy Howell, Triton pro angler and 2014 BASSMASTER Classic Champion. “The redesigns and updates on this boat model make it the total package for fishablility and performance. Serious bass fishermen and recreational anglers alike can rely on the 21 XRT for an unmatched boating experience.”
The Triton 21 XRT was unveiled for the first time today at the 2021 BASSMASTER Classic Expo in Fort Worth, Texas. For more than 50 years, the iconic BASSMASTER Classic has been one of the premier tournaments of professional sportfishing and holds a special significance for all fans of bass fishing.
Features of the Triton 21 XRT
The 21 XRT is built upon a proven high-performing hull design and features a retooled top cap, offering the ultimate blend of performance and fishability. The all-new deck adds 7 inches of width and a redesigned console permits flush mount of dual 12-inch fishfinders to get on fish quickly.
With a focus on comfort and style, the model features improved bolstered seating made for long days on the water. For added convenience, a refreshed bow station offers an easier user interface and access, and generous storage boxes offer ultimate configurability and space to accommodate an angler’s every need. Boasting 300 horsepower and 47 gallons of fuel capacity, the Triton 21 XRT is set to be an undeniable force in performance fishing.
Proudly assembled in the United States with the highest-quality craftmanship at the Triton Boats manufacturing facility in Midway, Ark., the Triton 21 XRT will not disappoint.
Visit www.tritonboats.com for more information.