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Small costs. Huge fun.

Over time, the Buster Lx has become a truly versatile, sporty favourite. Not least, because it combines so many attractive and practical features usually found only on much larger boats.

The Buster Lx is the smallest boat in the range that’s driven from separate seats, and the compact consoles with wrap-around windscreens provide shelter for up to six passengers. The hull geometry gives a comfortable ride regardless of weather, while the Buster Q infotainment system contributes to safety.

It does not suit the nature of this boat to lie in port. With the right options and accessories, the new Buster Lx offers the active boater the option to extend the boating season.

Details

  • Carefree
  • Buster Q 10" as standard
  • The Buster Lx is CE certified for six persons.
  • Fixed fuel tank - 53 litres
  • Unsinkable
  • Rainwater draining system
  • Composite floorboards
  • Painted colour topsides with alternative colours
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All information in this catalogue is given for general guidance only and is subject to change without prior notice. Photographs may show boats being driven by professionals and no recommendation or guidance in respect of safe operation or style of use is intended or implied by the publication of these images. Always respect the local maritime regulations. Always wear the recommended personal flotation device and safety equipment when boating.