Given Nor-Tech Hi-Performance Boats’ unprecedented success in the high-performance center console market, it’s easy to forget that the company still creates breathtaking sportboats. The most recent example of this is the new 360 American Flyer built by the Fort Myers, Fla., company, powered by triple Mercury Racing Verado 400R outboard engines and being delivered on a custom MYCO trailer to Jack and Tracy Spreier of Temecula, Calif.
The latest 360 American Flyer from Nor-Tech reportedly runs 94 mph.
Dubbed a “luxury V-bottom performance boat” by the manufacturer, the newest 36-footer—hull No. 5—reportedly tops out at 94 mph. Once it arrives in Lake Havasu City, Ariz., the Spreiers will hit the lake for their first family outing in their new beauty.
For a closer look at the recently completed 360 American Flyer, which is headed to California-based owners, check out the slideshow above.
“We have seen more demand lately for performance-style boats and I think the American Flyer and Monte Carlo will fill that niche well,” said Geoff Tomlinson, Nor-Tech’s dealer manager. “With its unique styling, the 360 American Flyer is sure to turn heads wherever the Spreiers take it.”
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