This MTI Catamaran is set to debut off the wonderful shores of Key West Florida. Owned by Jeff Stevenson we are proud to show off our craftsmanship with this gorgeous speed machine. Be sure to see it exhibited during the Race World Offshore dry dock show and then on the water for the APBA UIM Championships!
If current plans hold, fans strolling the dry pits of the American Power Boat Association/Union Internationale Motonautique Offshore World Championships in Key West, Fla., early next month will get the first public look at a 42-foot MTI catamaran powered by the first installed pair of naturally aspirated, 1,100-hp engines from Detroit-based Sixteen Power. The boat, which is owned by Jeff Stevenson of the former JBS Racing team and is the test-bed for the V-16 engines its developers also plan to offer in supercharged form, will be hauled to Key West next week.
“There’s no better time and place to meet poker runners, racers, boat builders and race organizers than during Key West Worlds,” said Tom Robinson of Sixteen Power. “Since we didn’t make it to the Lake of the Ozarks Shootout in August, this will be our official debut. Race World Offshore has graciously allowed us to exhibit in the dry pits, and we’ll be entertaining visitors to our exhibit tent and taking interested parties for sea trials.”
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