The extraordinary success of the boats of the American shipyard MTI (Marine Technology Inc.) is to be attributed mainly to its founder the American offshore champion Randy Scism who has been able to transfer to pleasure boats all the experience in design and engineering gained in offshore competitions before as world champion driver, driving the fastest catamarans, and then as general manager of the Victory Team, the invincible squadron that has won so many victories in Dubai in the Offshore Classes. Continua a leggere “MTI 340X the pleasure boat with impressive performance.”→
Monohulls have always been aesthetically attractive boats and almost all the designers passed and still spend most of the time today to design a boat that is beautiful to look at first, then the fact that it is good for sailing or for engines comes immediately after. Continua a leggere “Donzi Icon 44 inevitably a catamaran”→
Motor boat builders are increasingly adapting to the needs expressed by an increasingly demanding market.
Today the market prefers larger and larger boats with outboard motors, then there are customers who prefer to sail comfortably with friends or with their families while others want to speed the seas of the oceans beyond the usual navigation limits. Continua a leggere “Donzi 41 GT the sports boat of the brand”→
Phenomenon, 17 meters long and 4 meters wide, built in 2010 with its 12 thousand horses it shoots across the water at a speed of 350 kilometers per hour thanks to its 4 T55 turbine engines powered by 6 fuel tanks of 2 thousand liters each. Even today it is one of the fastest motorboats in the world. Then it was born to beat the record achieved at sea in 2000 by Russ Wicks who touched the speed of 330Km / h. The project of this super fast boat was financed by a rich American family, owner of a fast-food chain, the Popeye Fried Chicken that managed to make the most capable engineers from NASA, Boeing, ex Us Naval collaborate for the occasion Architects, (American naval forces). Continua a leggere “THE BOLIDS OF THE SEA”→