The perfect combination of a fish and ski boat, the 1875 Crossover XS truly lives up to its name. The IPS (integrated power strake) with the reverse chine makes the Crossover plane faster and turn better, which is ideal for water sports and starting fast in the skinnies.
Catering to both serious anglers and families, this 18-foot big water hybrid is one of the most—if not the most—versatile boat in Lund’s lineup, making it the most popular. With plenty of storage and amazing performance we can see why.
Available in both a 19- and 21-foot model, it boasts a dual-console walk-through windshield floor plan and a high bimini top that provides good shade or disappears when packed away.
It features the newly-redesigned center rod locker that now opens all the way up for easy access and now accommodates ten rods instead of five. But you can easily get a few more in two if that’s required.
One of the unique features of the 1875 Crossover XS is this deep multi-storage center compartment. Not only good for rods, but big enough for skis or wakeboard or deflated towables.
In addition, a 24-gallon rear livewell, a Kicker stereo with two speakers, port and starboard under console drawers that can lock, and the SportTrak accessory brackets for mounting and relocating your fishing accessories anywhere you’d like on the side of your boat.
The XS is its name stands for the extra two rear jump seats that when folded down, offer you a nice aft casting platform to go with the one in the bow.
Notable options include a rear sun pad and bow cushions for added versatility, a sport top for all-day comfort, and a ski pylon for water sports.
The 1875 Crossover XS carries a 175-horsepower rating for the 18-footer and 200 horses on the 21. Thanks to its IPS hull design and wide beam, it delivers a stable and dry ride even on big water like the Great Lakes.