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Research Starcraft Boats C-Star 1700 Sport Bowrider Boat

~Dual Console Fiberglass I/O Bow Rider

Quick Planing, Superb Ride and Full Width Swim Platform Make This an Ideal
Water Sports Boat
Stern Trunk and Bow Storage Provide Room to Stow All Your Gear
Economical and Trouble Free Sterndrive Engine.
Draft: 2 ft. 9 in.
Beam: 7 ft. 6 in.
Fuel tank capacity: 23
Max load: 1200
Standard features:
Key Selling Features

Quick Planing, Superb Ride and Full Width Swim Platform Make This an Ideal
Water Sports Boat
Stern Trunk and Bow Storage Provide Room to Stow All Your Gear
Economical and Trouble Free Sterndrive Engine


Colors
Camary White with Saphire Blue Hull Stripe
Camary White with Bright Red Hull Stripe
Camary White with Canary Yellow Hull Stripe
Camary White with Black Hull Stripe
Camary White with Champagne Hull Stripe


Warranties
Lifetime Hull Warranty
5 Year Blister Warranty
5 Year Limited Warranty on Marine Grade Carpet
5 Year Limited Warranty on Upholstery Vinyl
(See warranty statement in owners packet for full details on warranties)


Hull Construction
24 Ounce Woven Roving Fiberglass With 6 Inch Overlap
Reverse Chine Hull
Integrated Stringer System
Injected Foam Construction
Fiberglass Bowliner
Integrated Swim Step With Folding 3 Step Boarding Ladder
Stainless Steel Bow & Stern Eyes
Ski Tow Ring
UV Stable Marine Grade Carpet
Marine Grade UV Stable Upholstery Vinyl
Meets or Exceeds US Coast Guard Requirements
NMMA Certified


Cockpit
23 Gallon Built-in Fuel Tank
Battery Tray
750 GPH Easy-Service Cartridge Automatic Bilge Pump
145 CFM Engine Compartment Ventilation Blower
Deluxe Plush Helm and Companion Bucket Seats; Helm on Slider
Full Width Stern Bench Seat
Trunk Storage
5 Passenger Grab Handles
Fully Padded Cockpit and Bow Coamings
4 Mooring Cleats
8 Beverage Holders
Cushioned Bow Seating Area With Storage Underneath
Removeable Bow Seating Cushions
Composite Storage Doors & Lids


Console Switches, Gauges & Lights
Dual Consoles with Walk-Thru Tempered Glass Windshield
Custom Molded Silver Metallic Dash
Domed Gauges;
Tachometer
Speedometer
Fuel
Voltmeter
Trim
Lanyard Safety Switch
A/M F/M Stereo With J - Port & 2 Marine Grade Speakers
Lanyard Safety Switch
Horn
3 Deluxe Rocker Switches
3 Circuit Breakers
Rack and Pinion Power Steering With Custom Wheel
Glove Box, Port Console
Navigation Lights.

Stereo;

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TEST: STARCRAFT C-STAR 1700 IO

According to the glossy brochure, Starcraft has been building boats for 102 years. So you may well understand my surprise at its belated arrival Down Under. But there’s a very good reason for the tardiness of this American badge even though conditions for importing boats have been favourable.
You see, this well-known American marque is largely associated with pontoon boats, those glorified barges, designed for gadding about the Great Lakes. Starcraft builds oodles of them in aluminium and, in more recent times, it has added a fibreglass range of deck boats.
The problem is, given Australian conditions, pontoon boats don’t have much application on our waterways. We haven’t the lakes or the lake-side infrastructure. However with the discovery of a range of Starcraft runabouts or, as we know them, bowriders, this looks set to change that.
Although American bowriders are a dime a dozen, I will admit to getting pretty excited when I first cast cynical eyes over Starcraft’s funky new C-Star 1700 IO model. The boatbuilder has put a thoroughly modern spin on the ubiquitous bowrider, with groovy new bumps and curves in different places, and a deck layout that more closely resembles that of a jet-powered boat.
Yet with a Volvo 3.0L 135hp inboard motor on a local trailer the package was selling for a very enticing $29,990. That’s the entry-level price for an American bowrider these days and I’ve seen plenty inferior to this boat, which measures 5.05m or 16ft 10in.
The Starcraft C-Star 1700 IO impressed in other departments, too. The attention to detail and finish was a cut above what I have seen from other established American production boatyards. I’ve since learned that the build quality is better than many others too.

MODERN BUILD TECHNIQUES
The hulls in Starcraft’s GRP runabout range are all hand laid using woven multi-axial E-glass rovings, glass encapsulated stringers and, the best bit, injected foam between the hull and deck to provide stiffness and reduce noise. There is a choice of six gelcoat stripes.
The hull on this 17-footer was a moderate-vee design with 15 degrees of deadrise, two strakes per side, and a decent pronounced chine. None of it is rocket science, mind you, but the moderate vee and deadrise gave terrific stability to the small boat.
The boat’s drive, a sterndrive leg, was recessed in a pocket at the transom, thereby creating hull extensions either side of the leg that add buoyancy and extend the running surface. However, with the leg trimmed out and no weight in the bow the boat danced around and porpoised across wind waves.
It wasn’t alarming, this skittishness at speed, but more a function of the boat’s length and aft weight bias. And with the inboard leg trimmed back in I could button the bow to the water for a more composed ride.
At rest or underway, the cockpit freeboard is terrific and accentuated by the moulded hips in the gunwale beside the aft lounge. Despite having a practical application the hips don’t detract from the lines of the boat. The graphics package was sporty and the rig looked pretty on its galvanised locally made trailer.

DECKED OUT
Starcraft doesn’t appear to skimp on deck gear. Mounted through backing plates were a ski hook, two aft cleats and a four-step folding swim ladder. The circular stainless-steel engine vents in moulded GRP race hoods added some eye candy to the transom.
There was no extended boarding platform, nor is there an option for one, though the ladder and a moulded step in the deck, which needs non-skid tape, made climbing aboard straight forward. Gazing along the hull sides one might notice the stainless-steel rubrail, which isn’t always a given on high-volume production craft, and there are stainless steel struts supporting the windscreen.
I also noted heavy-duty stainless steel hinges for the engine lid, which contained sound insulation on its underside. However, the rig was a tad noisy at certain rev ranges. The importer was quick to point out that all future Starcraft boats will have the MerCruiser engine package. I think an extended boarding platform would help muzzle the exhaust from whichever engine brand you go with. Maybe a shipwright will make you one?

COMFORT FACTOR
The C-Star 1700 has a lot of internal upholstery, padded backrests, carpet and liners to add to the comfort. While not huge, the circular seating area in the bow can comfortably accommodate two teenagers. Buoyancy is such that the bow didn’t drop perilously close to the water when I tried the seats on for size.
There were two cleats, a plastic navigation light that I would prefer in stainless steel, and two drink holders up front. And it was good to see stainless-steel grab handles on this boat instead of the flimsy plastic numbers.
An innovative feature is the concealed removable garbage bin and well for wet togs or personal items under the hinged centre cushion. The other underseat bow storage areas, where you will need to store the anchor as there’s no separate well, were lined.
Back aft, the boat has an aft lounge designed to seat two people or three at a squeeze, with an integrated stainless-steel grab rail in a moulding and a drinkholder within reach. There’s a moulded centre well for stowing the aft crew’s wet togs or personal effects, courtesy lights and lift-out lounge bases.
Under the lounge, the boat’s battery was to starboard and there was good access to the sender on the fuel tank, plus a void for storage. All of this was concealed from view by a clip-out vinyl curtain attached to the lounge base.
Further storage in the cockpit, which was a good size for a 17-footer, existed underfloor in a ski locker. There were wall-to-wall charcoal carpet and side storage nets too. Oh, and room at the foot of the co-pilot, under the dash, to store a portable cooler with the lunch and drinks.
Removing the lounge bases and unlocking a barrel bolt gave engine access. The moulded engine lid hinges back and is held up by two loose straps. However, compared with full-length moulded lounges and upholstered sunpads it was a small engine room that encouraged reverberation of engine noise. On the plus-side I could still access the screw-on fuel filter and dipstick.

HELM STATIONS
Ahead of the co-pilot was a handy glove box and Seaworthy brand marine stereo linked to two cockpit speakers. Though there were no fold-up bolsters on the helm seats, the skipper’s was adjustable, comfortable and more accommodating than some.
The silver dash panels contained a spread of gauges relaying fuel, revs, speed, volts, trim and engine temperature. Skipper and mate each have a drinkholder. The switch panel, for lights, horn and so on, has breakers not fiddly fuses.
Importantly, vision through the windscreen was excellent when underway. However, as touched on, the 135hp Volvo petrol inboard was a little noisy at some speeds. The motor smoothed out at cruise revs before roaring again at high speeds.
At 2600rpm, the C-Star 1700 held a low-speed plane of 21mph, according to the speedo. The wake out the back seemed pretty decent for wakeboarding. At 3000rpm, I read 26mph and the motor was quieter.
But the boat really slotted into the groove at 3500rpm and 34mph on the speedo. With two aboard the relatively light boat was carrying most of its payload in the engine bay. With that weight aft I kept the sterndrive leg trimmed in for the best ride in the at-times choppy water.
At 4000rpm, the Volvo gave 36mph and a racy note, 4500rpm returned 42mph and more noise, and 5000rpm revealed 45mph top speed on the dial. Or to put it another way, the 17-footer felt plenty fast enough. Steering was nice and light, so mums can drive too.
By virtue of its waterline length this is more your fair-weather family day-tripper for a big river, smooth bay or harbour. Unlike some wake and ski boats the C-Star 1700 has high freeboard to keep the kiddies contained and the water out. The 87-litre underfloor fuel tank should serve the best part of a day afloat.
There are optional layouts and the Fish and Ski version with aft ski pole and forward removable casting seat caught my imagination. There’s also an outboard version, five-year hull warranty, and bowrider models to 19ft, plus a 23ft cuddy cabin with deep-vee hull. Outside the realms of pontoon boats Starcraft has a promising future Down Under.

WHAT WE LIKED
Funky styling
Great deck moulding
Very good finish
Foam-filled hull
Comfortable seating
Deep freeboard to keep kiddies contained
Stainless-steel deck fittings
Good storage for a 17-footer

NOT SO MUCH
No extended boarding platform
No bolster on driver’s seat
Boat porpoises with the leg trimmed out
Noisy at idle and high speeds
Modest fuel tank

Specifications: Starcraft C-Star 1700 IO

HOW MUCH?
Price as tested: $29,990 w/ 3.0GL Volvo inboard, Sealink trailer and registrations
Options fitted: None
Priced from: As above

GENERAL
Material: GRP or fibreglass with foam-filled hull
Type: Moderate-vee planing hull
Length Overall: 5.05m
Beam: 2.25m
Deadrise: 15°
Weight: Around 703kg (dry)
Towing weight: About 1522kg
Package length: 6.08m

CAPACITIES
Berths: n/a
Fuel Capacity: 87lt
Water Capacity: n/a

ENGINE
Make/Model: Volvo 3.0GL
Type: Four-cylinder petrol four-stroke inboard motor.
Rated HP: [email protected] max.
Displacement: 3.0lt
Weight: About 304kg
Gearboxes (Make/ratio): Aquamatic SX sterndrive
Props: n/a

SUPPLIED BY
Blakes Marine,
Lot 7, Windsor Road,
McGrath’s Hill, NSW.
Phone: (02) 4577 6699
Web: www.starcraftmarine.com

Originally published in TrailerBoat #201

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$17,750

Allen, Texas

Everything on the boat works as designed at the time of the pictures. The owner stated he recently took it to his mechanic for normal maintenance and oil changed. The mechanic said the engine is solid. Stock #251571 Lots of upgrades, new double batteries. The boat is in good condition The 2003 Starcraft C-Star 1700 is a great little boat to scoot around the lake. It looks like normal wear and tear for the age of this boat. The owner reports the seats were all redone in 2020 and a new Bimini was installed at that time. This boat has not been used much since the owner's family has decided they really don't like boating. Their loss is your gain. He has added a second battery and switch so you never run out of power on the lake. This boat is great on gas mileage and you can play in the sun all day. So if you looking for a small bowrider to take the family out on the lake, this is a great boat. Reason for selling is doesn't use enough.

2005 Starcraft C-Star 1700

2005 Starcraft C-Star 1700

$15,500

Dexter, Iowa

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2005 Starcraft C-Star 1700. Don't let this one get by- Have the best of both worlds - Ski or Fish- 2005 Starcraft C-Star 1700 Model in great condition- Two-tone White and Blue fiberglass Hull plus a matching White and Blue Vinyl interior- 17 feet in overall length- Equipped with a 3.0 Liter MerCruiser Motor- Currently with 50 Engine Running Hours on it- Relatively brand new and has never been used 68 Pounds Thrust Minn Kota Trolling Motor with Remote Control or Foot Control- Live-Bait Well- Hummingbird Fish Locator- Slide-out Radio with a Single disc CD Player- An EZ Loader Single-Axle Trailer- Plus several more extras to List- This is a must see Power Boat and everything works well- Serious inquiries only. This Vessel is currently located in Dexter IA.- Qualified Buyers may be eligible for Financing Nationwide Shipping and Extended Warranties.

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2005 Starcraft C1700 bowrider I/O and 2 person tube 17ft.

$9,500

Oneonta, New York

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For sale is a 2005 StarCraft C-1700 with an inboard 135hp 3.0L Mercruiser. The reason I'm selling is I have too many friends and family that enjoy boating and need something larger. The interior is near flawless and always has been covered when not in use. Comes with bimini top, canvas covers, travel/storage cover. The exterior has minor signs of use. The included trailer is approximately 23'. Serious inquiries only, price is firm.

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