Pass Blocker MTI Featured on Speed On The Water!

As an NFL offensive lineman for the New York Giants, Brad Benson was an immovable object that helped his team to a Super Bowl victory over the Denver Broncos in 1986. Long since retired, Benson, who owns and operates the Brad Benson Auto Group in South Brunswick, N.J., is still a formidable presence, particularly in Pass Blocker, his 52-foot Marine Technology, Inc. (MTI) catamaran with twin 1,650-hp Mercury Racing quad overhead cam turbocharged engines.

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Highs and Lows from 2013: Randy Scism

As part of the annual Highs and Lows article series by Speed On The Water, Randy Scism was recently interviewed in reflection of 2013. Check out  portion of the article below, or click here to read it in full. Between debuting the out-of-this-world Black Diamond 52-foot canopied catamaran at the 2013 Miami International Boat Show in…

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2014 OPA Schedule

With just less than 2 months until the offshore race organization OPA hosts their 2013 awards banquet to honor this year’s champions, many teams are already preparing for the 2014 season, which kicks off the first weekend in May. The organization just recently released their 2014 schedule, which will again include the Atlantic City Grand…

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Go-Fast Boat Winterization Tips

Winterizing a regular ol’ runabout is challenging enough for most owners, but when it comes to performance boats and their engines, there are a few worthwhile extra steps that should be taken. Starting with one of the most basic go-fast accessories, for stern-drive-powered boats equipped with switchable exhaust, make sure you run anti-freeze through the…

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MTI-V 42 At Hamilton Harbor Boat Show

In late November, Tom Stuart visited the exclusive, invitation-only Hamilton Harbor Boat Show in Naples, FL. Friday hosted a members only viewing event, with guests arriving on Saturday. The MTI-V 42 was extremely popular among guests, as it stood out significantly against the likes of Hinckley, Boston Whaler, Grady White, Hydra-Sports, and others. Gallagher would…

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