Tres martin performance boat school and sunsation


Contact: Tres Martin 352.620.8737 Brad Schoenwald 954.560.9080

December 10th 2009: Sunsation Powerboats and Tres Martins Performance Boat School have recently partnered to bring appropriate training to performance boat operators.

Sunsation is offering the highly acclaimed Tres Martin Performance Boat course to existing boat owners at a significantly lower price. The Tres Martin “Ultra High Performance Course” also known as the UPC course is normally $2500. Sunsation is making a special offer to owners for a significant savings. All owners can call Sunsation or Tres Martin Performance Boat School for details.

The course offers personal instruction guiding students through advance skill training and crucial performance objectives required to safely operate boats at speeds above 75MPH. You will learn safety issues regarding hull design, defensive driving maneuvers, tab abuse, correct settings for all water conditions, recovery techniques, close quarters maneuvering, trailering and maintenance. Each student graduating from this course will receive a certificate of completion recognized and often required by major insurance companies.

Wayne Schaldenbrand said “Many of our customers have already taken one of his (Tres) courses. They expressed tremendous satisfaction with their experience. They stressed the experience of the course was greatly beneficial improving their knowledge of boating safety and to their pleasant surprise was also quite enjoyable.”

The initial class offering will be held May 4th, 5th and 6th at Sunsation’s Factory. The class size is limited and registrants will be placed on a first come first served basis to receive this special offer.

Sunsation Boats is a premier builder of Custom Powerboats Building “State of the Art” powerboats, located in Algonac, Michigan.

Tres Martins Performance Boat School is the only skill based boating school in the world to be recognized by the insurance industry and boat manufacturers alike.
Brad Schoenwald
"It's not what you do, it's how well you do it"