Gallagher Back In The Saddle With MTI

From all of us at MTI, we are excited to welcome Tom Stuart back to the MTI team! Read comments from a recent interview with Jason Johnson from where both agree, they are happy to have things “back to normal.”


Performance Boat Center Racing Team Going MTI In 2019

In a definitive move to “race what they sell,” Performance Boat Center offshore racing team owners Brett Manire and Mark Waddington have decided to campaign a new 42-foot MTI catamaran with their existing cockpit duo of throttleman John Tomlinson and driver Myrick Coil in 2019. […] Performance Boat Center took on the MTI line of…


VIDEO — MTI Boats at Lake Powell 2018

Several MTI owners participated in the Lake Powell Challenge September 13 – 16, 2018 in support of JDRF, helping to find a cure for Type 1 Diabetes. Havasu Media Productions was on-site to catch all of the action, shown in the video below!

MTI Race Teams Ready For Clearwater National Championships

As teams make their final preparations for the SBI Clearwater National Championship, we prepare to have all eyes on our impressive MTI’s that will be hitting the water on Sunday. With 2 MTI entries in both the Superboat Unlimited class, as well as the Superboat class, we don’t have a “favorite” team of the day…


Another Look Back at the Lake of the Ozarks Shootout Day 2

While we have already covered the performance of Randy Scism and his daughter, Taylor, we are also reminded of the impressive sights of the Wake Effects 48-foot MTI, which reached a top speed of 151mph. Check out the article, below, from for comments from owner, Rusty Rahm, on running the boat during the Shootout.…


Video: MTI Boats — Speedboat Magazine Feature

Speedboat Magazine features an assortment of MTI boats including our eye catching 340X, MTI-V’s and pleasure boats. Check out some aerial footage of these impressive boats! Also, be sure to visit and subscribe to the MTI YouTube channel for more performance boating videos!

LOTO Shootout Day 1 Highlights: Randy Scism and Daughter, Taylor

The below excerpt was taken from an article released by, recapping day 1 of the 2018 Lake of the Ozarks Shootout. The first day of the 2018 happening also provided some milestone events. Randy Scism of MTI was joined in one on his 340X sport catamarans powered by Mercury Racing Verado 400R outboards engines…


2018 LOTO Shootout — MTI Fun Run Video Snippet

The 2018 MTI Fun Run was held during the LOTO Shootout exclusively for MTI owners. Known as a “must attend event”, MTI enthusiasts had a great time participating in various parties and in-water adventures throughout the weekend.

Mike Griffiths To Manage MTI Production

After a 16-year career, Mercury Racing products integration product manager Mike Griffiths—a familiar face to high-performance boat builders and owners around the country—is departing the Fond du Lac, Wis., company at the end of the month to take on the general manager role at Marine Technology, Inc. Griffiths and his wife, Ruthie, and their three Labrador retrievers…


Mercury Marine Raises $12,000-Plus For Food Drive

Mercury Marine employees in Fond du Lac, Wis., donated and raised more than $12,000 for its annual Fill the Boat to Cast Out Hunger food drive earlier this week. The news was announced in a press release from the marine engine and accessories company. Now in its eighth year, the event raises money and food for…


MTI & Performance Boat Center Join Forces

MTI & Performance Boat Center have joined forces to reach a whole new level of service for customers! Read the ariticle from, below, to learn more about it.  In a blockbuster move between two high-performance marine industry leaders that call the Lake of the Ozarks area home, Performance Boat Center of Osage Beach, Mo., has become…


1,000 Islands Charity Poker Run: Notes From The Afternoon Leg

Check out this article from speedonthewater detailing the 1,000 Islands Poker Run in Clayton, New York & the show-stopping MTI-V 42 center console!   If the morning portion of yesterday’s 1,000 Islands Charity Poker Run in Clayton, N.Y., was a relatively low-speed 60-mile tour—30 miles in each direction—of the St. Lawrence River, the 100-mile after-lunch portion—an extended version…