Originally Posted by bjames
I see no reason it wouldn't be covered.
I think its reasonable to assume that when you buy a recent model mastercraft from a Mastercraft dealer, that any major faults are either repaired or identified at the time of purchase. Even if this was a consignment sale, they are earning a commission and putting their reputation as a Mastercraft dealer on the line. I would expect them to have already invested some time to look at the boat so they can properly assess its condition. Have a VDIG that perhaps needs replacing in its first use means that they missed something that they ought to have discovered and disclosed.
IMHO, they should fix the boat just for good customer service. Then they can figure out if they should bill the warranty company or not.