Happy Thanksgiving From The MTI Family

Everyone at Marine Technology Inc. would like to wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving! In observance of the holiday, our office will be closed on Thursday, November 23rd, to allow our employees the opportunity to spend time with their families. We will resume normal business hours on Friday. We hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Key West Ready For Action

Known as the biggest week of boat racing, teams have arrived in Key West for the 37th Annual Super Boat World Championship! Everyone knows… “To be the Best, You Have to Win Key West” and we will be cheering on our favorite MTI race teams in hopes of bringing home another championship title. Although the…

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MTI Catamarans Gearing Up for Super Boat Clearwater National Championship

After much demand and support from the community in Clearwater, the 2017 Super Boat Clearwater National Championship is set to take place this weekend, and teams are gearing up now to head down to Florida. Based on latest reports, this year’s competition boasts one of the biggest registration lists for the 2017 offshore racing season, with four MTI Catamarans slotted to race in the Superboat Unlimited and Superboat classes.

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Bob Christie and the Journey to the MTI 340x

Check out this customer feature, as published on Offshore Only, showcasing Bob Christie’s MTI 340x. A well-known member of the New Jersey high-performance powerboating community, Bob Christie, was sure he was done with go-fast catamarans when he sold Speed Racer, his equally well-known 44-foot Marine Technology cartoon-themed catamaran, several years ago. He thought that he…

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LOTO Shootout Hall of Fame Inductee Bob Bull Reaches 177MPH in MTI

Newly inducted Lake of the Ozarks Shootout Hall of Famer Bob Bull put a lot of work in all weekend—and on Sunday his wife, Debbie, did the same. Bob backed up his 177-mph pass on Saturday in his 52-foot canopied MTI catamaran powered by twin Mercury Racing 1650 engines with the same speed on Sunday, and his wife, who was joined by the same throttleman—MTI founder Randy Scism—tried to beat her husband but ended up one mph shy at 176 mph.

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