Pro Boat Blackjack 24 RTR 24-Inch Catamaran w/2.4GHz Radio System

Pro Boat Blackjack 24 RTR 24-Inch Catamaran
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This is the Pro Boat Blackjack 24-Inch RTR Catamaran Boat, with an included Pro Boat 2.4GHz Radio System. Want to experience all catamaran boating can offer at full-throttle? Then look no further than the Blackjack 24. From its deceiving size down to its distinctive trim scheme, the Blackjack 24 comes ready to be your ace in the hole and to deliver the RC boating action you crave. Equipped with a formidable 2000kV water-cooled motor and action ready LiPo compatible 30-amp ESC, this 24-inch catamaran is sure to turn heads with the kind of power and speed that no one will see coming. So go all in, raise the stakes and claim your bounty with the Blackjack 24 catamaran.


  • Capable of reaching speeds of 25+ MPH with optional accessories
  • Equipped with a brushless 2000Kv water-cooled motor and 30A Li-Po compatible ESC
  • Includes 2.4GHz Pro Boat® radio system and transmitter batteries
  • Off-set rudder system provides superb stability and keeps the Blackjack-24 glued to the water and minimizes damage in the event of a collision
  • Hull-mounted waterproof steering servo rudder servo
  • Sealed internal electronics tray
  • Convenient drain plug
  • Waterproof electronics

Length: 24 in (609.6mm)
Motor Size: 2000kV
Speed: 20MPH
Radio: 2.4GHz Transmitter, 2-Channel V2
Speed Control: 30A
Hull Material: ABS
Trim Scheme Colors: Red with black
Prop Size: 1.34 x 2.06 in (34 x 52mm)
Hull Type: Catamaran
Scale: 24-inch
Drive System: Flexshaft
Experience Level: Intermediate
Recommended Environment: Outdoor
Assembly Time: Less than 1 Hour
Is Assembly Required: No

Needed To Complete:

  • (1) 7.4V 2S LiPo Battery Pack w/EC3 Connector
  • (1) Compatible Battery Charger w/EC3 Connector
  • (4) "AA" Batteries
Friday, Feb 22 2019 (about 2 years ago)
Pro Boat Blackjack 24 RTR 24-Inch Catamaran
Awesome little boat! I picked this up for my missus a couple summers ago. She loves it. Put a 3s (high C strongly recommended) in it and it zips really nice! As for other reviews about it sinking, make sure the lid is on correctly and it is watertight. lol
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Friday, Sep 4 2020 (6 months ago)
Pro Boat Blackjack 24 RTR 24-Inch Catamaran
Awesome boat, great service these guy's know how to take good care of customers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Wednesday, Jul 17 2019 (about a year ago)
Pro Boat Blackjack 24 RTR 24-Inch Catamaran
We have had this boat for several years now. It’s been a great addition to our RC collection. We run it on 2s and 3s depending on who’s driving. It’s a ton of fun and always draws looks. It does turn over a bit easier than I would like but that’s usually only an issue on 3s. We have had it upside down many times without tape and have never had any issues with it sinking.
Friday, Jul 5 2019 (about a year ago)
Pro Boat Blackjack 24 RTR 24-Inch Catamaran
I have flipped my BJ24'' boat and all I had to do was just wait for the Boat gods to bring in a nice breeze and boom the boat took only 20 minutes to drift to shore since she the top was double secured and along with your Marine Tape you sell! Anyhow, that's to bad for the fella that did not have his top on right and lost his entire BJ! Ouch. Back to review on this boat. This is a Awesome little boat and handles great! I only run my BJ24 on 3s batteries only to get the fastest speeds! I just wish they made the boat a little faster but other then that , its highly recommend and a soild boat!
Sunday, Aug 5 2018 (about 2 years ago)
Pro Boat Blackjack 24 RTR 24-Inch Catamaran
This boat flipped over and sank like a rock on my 2nd trip out. There goes $250 and my $110 battery. Called horizon hobby and they gave me the big f you. Total loss. Don’t get this boat and if you do don’t drive it in more than 5’ of water! Unless you’re a scuba diver.. unfortunately my boat is 75’ down.. thanks for the help horizon.. I get nothing

Update. For those of you saying that I didn’t have my lid properly secure know nothing. The lid was properly secured and screwed down I’m not a moron.. make sure you also double tape the lid down.