Phenomenal—that’s the word Louisiana performance boater Kort Wittich used to describe his new boat from Algonac, Mich.-based Sunsation Boats. It’s the same word utilized by everyone who had a hand in building the boat. And it’s likely the same description anyone who sees the boat in person over the coming months and years is going to employ.
Kort Ordered, a new Sunsation Boats 34 CCX powered by three 450-hp Mercury Racing engines and owned by Louisiana’s Kort Wittich, is one of the coolest boats the company has ever constructed. Photo by Brad DiMaggio copyright Sunsation Boats.
Wittich, the man behind the patented outboard engine shield and fender company Motor Monkey, took delivery of his second Sunsation 34 CCX in mid-July after getting a chance to visit the company the week before when Sunsation’s Kyle Miller water-tested the 34-footer for the first time.
Powered by a trio of Mercury Racing 450R engines—the first 34 CCX with that power package—and painted inside and out by the talented Mitcher T. Custom Painting and Design in Middleville, Mich., the center console named Kort Ordered is arguably the most technologically advanced boat Sunsation has ever built.
“Everything in the new boat— there’s a lot of stuff Sunsation had never done before—is incredible,” said Wittich, who owns Kort’s Construction Service in Covington, La.
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