The fun in Key West, Fla., is just around the corner, and it looks like the granddaddy of all performance boat events is going to be another good one.
After last weekend’s tragedy in Maryland, three top shootout competitors may be out of the sport.
Tennessee’s Alan Wise is proud to be the new owner of Sunsation’s first Diamond Edition 34 CCX.
Once the power-of-choice in the Open and Extreme classes, Sterling Performance engines made a big-time power move into SBI’s premiere Superboat-class.
It wasn’t all luck that saved the lives of Tony Canale and Gary Jones last Sunday during the Super Boat International National Championships in Clearwater, Fla., it was safety equipment and personnel.
Offshore racer Brit Lilly earned his first national championship last weekend. Now he’s over it and prepping for the Key West Worlds.
Mercury Racing stalwart Rick Mackie continues to improve the marketing efforts behind the industry-leading brand.
Last weekend’s exclusive DCB Performance Boats Regatta attracted a healthy contingent of owners devoted to the brand.
Known for consistent fleets during the years, Super Boat International’s Stock class has struggled this season. But look for a comeback at the upcoming National and World championships.
More than a-year-and-a-half in the making, Deep Impact’s new 399 Sport center console is ready for its debut.