Lund rolls out 1875 Crossover XS

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Lund's new 1875 Crossover XS is a pure fishing boat that also serves as a wakeboard, water-ski and buzz-the-bay multitask vessel, according to the company.

“The new 1875 Crossover XS is designed for those who need the fishability of a Lund while maximizing the recreational needs of the family,” product manager Rory Wiebe said in a statement. “Revolutionary from the ground up, including an interior layout that features a new center rod locker and a ski and wakeboard storage locker, plus new paint lines and graphics. Crossover XS is designed to keep everyone happy and entertained.”

This rugged sport utility boat offers in-floor storage lockers for wakeboards, skis or fishing rods up to 8 feet long; an integrated removable ski pylon pedestal and boarding ladder; and a roomy bow and aft platforms.

To accommodate the varying needs of the angler, plus the skier/boarder crew, the Crossover XS has an entirely re-engineered console. The vessel is built on the foundation of Lund’s IPS hull and powered by a standard 115- to 175-hp engine.

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