No matter how many models you see from DCB Performance Boats—and there’s plenty on Arizona’s Lake Havasu, especially during the Desert Storm Poker Run—the El Cajon, Calif., company’s boats never cease to impress. For more than two decades, DCB has been producing spectacular West Coast custom hot rods that feature a fit and finish unlike any in the business.
To no one’s surprise, the boat builder’s second M35 Widebody powered by a pair of 1,100-hp turbocharged Mercury Racing engines is another stunner. Owned by Canadian go-fast boater Brian Lundy, who took delivery of the 35-footer at the poker run, the beautiful red, black and white catamaran with yellow pin stripes is a stunner, as everything about it, from the gelcoat to the hardware, is top of the line.
Of course, the catamaran also is an absolute pleasure to drive. Lundy, who hauled the boat home to Southeast Ontario’s Charleston Lake (near the Canada/New York border) a few days after the event, graciously allowed the Speed On The Water magazine crew to take a spin in his gorgeous new M35.