A beautiful day on the Hudson River with the New York City skyline in the distance is always a sight to see. Throw in a stunning bright yellow M35 Widebody from DCB Performance Boats and the beauty is immediately enhanced.
It’s not normal to see a DCB on the Hudson River, but it sure looks like it belongs there. Photo courtesy DrivingForce (click image to enlarge)
Case in point—this week’s Image of the Week shared by Driving Force Club of the 35-foot catamaran during a run in late July. The boat, which is powered by twin Mercury Racing 1100 engines, is definitely not something you see on the Hudson every day. (Click on the image above to see the full picture.)
Here’s a quick fun fact about the El Cajon, Calif., company’s M35 Widebody: DCB has built seven of the remarkable 35-footers in the last 24 months with twin Mercury Racing 1350 engines (one has the 1350/1550 power plants) and six that were powered by a pair of Mercury’s 1,100-hp turbocharged offerings. Add in the two M35 Open Bow models powered by twin 565 and 700SCi Mercury engines and that makes 15 M35s that have left the factory in two years.
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