For five generations and counting, the Schrock family has shared a passion for the water by building high-quality boats that deliver innovative designs and exceptional value. Starcraft has led the boating industry since 1903, with an unmatched heritage of quality, innovation and craftsmanship.
Their commitment to excellence means that every Starcraft deck boat is built without compromise—every interior detail is designed to enhance your comfort, and every mechanical detail is engineered for unsurpassed durability and reliability. It’s the reason they still build each and every Starcraft largely by hand, blending cutting-edge technology with timeless craftsmanship to achieve a level of customer satisfaction that is unmatched in the industry. It’s a difference you can see, with its impeccable fit and finish, and it’s a difference you can feel when you’re out on the water.
Their loyal, experienced network of employees and dealers share their commitment to building the best boats on the water, backed by the finest service in the industry—starting with its exclusive Lifetime +6 warranty.
In 2020, Starcraft celebrated 60 years of fiberglass boat building excellence by launching the all-new SVX series – adding affordability to the luxury and performance that make Starcraft the best fiberglass boats on the water. Its SVX series proves that fun on the water doesn't have to come with a big price tag. SVX comes loaded with value, including features like a four-speaker stereo, a Bimini top for sun protection and EVA Soft Touch Traction Mat flooring in the bow and stern - all standard. Available in models from 17 to 23 feet, all offer sporty performance with an all-new deck and hull design that features higher sides for greater comfort, a V-Pad running surface for better performance and fuel economy, and a full list of options so you can build your SVX exactly as you like.
The Indiana-based manufacturer builds each and every Starcraft as if they were building it for themselves, because they’re not just boat builders—they are boaters, just like you. It’s the way they’ve done things since Arthur Schrock built his first boat back in 1903.
LOA: 22’ 8”
Beam: 8’ 6”
Transom Height: 25”
Fuel Capacity: 60 gals.
Max Horsepower: 300hp