View Full Version : X-10/Maristar 210 Dimensions

03-05-2012, 04:32 PM
Hate to ask but my boat is an hour away and I was looking for dimensions of my boat (rough) before I get an estimate for a new house. (before I fully commit I will verify)

2000 Maristar 210 converted to an X-10 (stock tower) sitting on a tandem axle trailer with a fold away tonge (the trailer is a dorsey)

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

03-05-2012, 06:07 PM
I have a 2004 on a single axle. They should be pretty close.

Height with tower folded and length?

03-05-2012, 06:16 PM
please. I will add numbers on both sides. With it folded and with it up.
Length with swing out and in.

03-06-2012, 07:45 AM

03-06-2012, 08:45 AM
when I designed our home, I thought I over designed the garage since I typically have full sized vehicles (long bed quad cab & suburban at the time) with the third stall for the boat (at the time an '83 S&S). The first two are 24'6" & 7'x10' doors with the boat stall 27'6" & 9'x10" door. There was plenty of room for the suburban but the truck needed to touch the front wall for the garage door to clear the ball mount in the receiver hitch (no room to walk by either end). The boat had lots of clearance all the way around. We now have a '04 X2 that the tower up does not quite clear the height of the garage door when up (everything clears except the light on top, I know from experience) and the length fits fairly well as the platform is about a foot from the wall and there is room to walk past the front of the boat with the tongue swung (probably about 2'6" clearance).

with all that said ... if I were doing it again, I would allow a bit more room, likely 30'+ ... garage space is much cheaper by the sq ft compared to living space since it's not ac/heated typically.

from the '04 Owners Manual ... my X2 boat is 20'7" and with trailer 22'4" (20'8" with tongue folded) where a 210 boat is 20'9" and with trailer is 22'7" (20'11" with tongue folded) ... but I don't know if these include the platform or not???

03-06-2012, 11:04 AM
could you fit it in the 7'10" door with the tower down?

03-06-2012, 12:20 PM
could you fit it in the 7'10" door with the tower down?

not sure ... would have to look when I get home ... but I am kinda thinking it wouldn't fit even with back legs collapsed, but I will try to remember to look this evening.

and to clarify ... I have two 7' high x 10' wide and one 9' high x 10' wide ... not 7'10" high

03-06-2012, 12:35 PM
For reference until I can get my father to measure it later the cieling is 10'


03-06-2012, 10:55 PM
Length of the boat on the trailer without the platform is 22' that is to the front of the hitch fully extended. Height of the tower when folded down all the way is about 7' 7"

03-07-2012, 07:46 AM
Thank you.

03-07-2012, 08:25 AM
my '04 X2 on tandem axle trailer, height to the top of rear leg pivot point is 84 1/2 inches or just slightly over 7 foot. I do not have the rear legs folded down, so not sure if there would be any portion above the top of the pivot point.