MTI Catamarans at SBI Key West Worlds - Gallery

MTI Catamarans at SBI Key West Worlds – Gallery

Check out the gallery, below, featuring the high-speed MTI Catamarans that competed at the 2016 SBI Key West World Championship! ” template=”/var/www/vhosts/” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

CMS Dominates Lake of the Ozarks Lake Race 2016

Wake Effects Ready for Key West Races

This week, Rusty Rahm is going to remember just how easy he had it before he decided he wanted to race in the Superboat Unlimited class this season. Rather than participate in the Florida Powerboat Club’s Key West Poker Run for what would be his sixth time, Rahm, the owner of Wake Effects in Osage Beach, Mo., will be focused on racing the Wake Effects-sponsored 48-foot MTI catamaran that is powered by twin Mercury Racing 1650 engines in the Super Boat International Key West Offshore World Championships.

MTI 340X Featured On Cover of Speed On The Water 20th Issue Magazine

MTI 340X Featured on Cover of 20th Issue of SOTW Magazine

Check out MTI’s new 340X catamaran featured on the cover of Speed on the Water‘s 20th Issue Magazine! When Randy Scism, the founder and owner of Marine Technology Inc. in Wentzville, Mo., released the news at the 2015 Miami International Boat Show that MTI was going to build an outboard-powered 34-foot catamaran, it wasn’t a…

MTI Catamrans at 2016 SBI National Championship

MTI Catamarans at 2016 SBI National Championship

MTI Catamarans ripped through the waves this past weekend at the 2016 SBI National Championship! Thousands of fans and locals alike joined in Clearwater to witness the culmination of an entire season’s worth of work as the fleet of super boats competed for the National Championship titles and checkered flags. Check out the gallery, below,…

Wake Effects / CMS MTI Catamaran Dominate 2016 SBI National Championship

Wake Effects / CMS MTI Catamaran Dominate 2016 SBI National Championship

Marine Technology Inc. is thrilled to announce that the MTI Fleet thrilled spectators with fantastic performances at the 2016 Clearwater Super Boat National Championship over the weekend! Based on unofficial results, the #03 Wake Effects MTI Took SBI National Championship Title and #3 CMS Offshore Racing MTI took FIRST PLACE in the Clearwater Grand Prix for the Superboat Unlimited Class!

MTI Teams Heading to SBI National Championships

MTI Teams Ready For SBI National Championships

The Wake Effects MTI Catamaran will be just one of the six Superboat Unlimited-class teams on the water for this weekend’s Super Boat National Championships in Clearwater, Fla. There are 28 teams signed up on the Superboat Unlimited-class teams entry list as of September 19, 2016. Several MTI catamarans will be making a splash in Clearwater Florida, including 03 Wake Effects with driver Rusty Rahm, 3 CMS with driver Bob Bull, 7 Team CRC – Sunlight Supply with driver Gary Ballough, and 33 Sailor Jerry/AutoNation with driver Todd Beckman.

The Boat Show Features Marine Technology Inc. SV 42

The Boat Show Features MTI-V 42

The MTI–V 42 was featured on The Boat Show earlier this year. The Boat Show spotlight of our Slot V 42 features many of the highly-favored attributes of the boat, ranging from the latest in boating technology and innovative design, to speed and motor specs, and more! The Boat Show publishes an array of videos focused on on–the–water tests, reports from national and international boat shows, visits to shipyards, boating technology, everyday boat repair and maintenance tips, races, events, celebrities, cooking, safety, charters, and more!

Upgraded Aqua-Mania MTI Hits High Speeds

New Aqua-Mania MTI Hits High Speeds

The team’s new boat is an MTI 52-footer that accommodates six people strapped into custom-designed suspension seats in the enclosed cockpit. It flies the Aqua-Mania name and has six fuel tanks with an overall capacity of 1,016 gallons. Power is provided by twin turbine engines maintained mated to BPM surface drives. Merola asked MTI to raise the tunnel by 2 inches to help spill the air when the boat hits extremely high speeds. It must have worked because the second time out, with six people aboard, he and Rosen hit 201 mph.