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Now Live–Speed On The Water 2020 Issue No. 5

Along with a boat profile on the new Mercury Racing 450R-powered Statement Marine 360 catamaran that was ordered by the Lake Ozark, Mo.-based dealership Big Thunder Marine, the latest Speed On The Water digital magazine—2020 Issue No. 5—has several other features you’re sure to enjoy.

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Included in the new issue is recap of the Florida Powerboat Club’s 2020 Key West Poker Run, which was another winner, as well as a closer look at the family affair that is growing at Mystic Powerboats thanks to owners John and Robin Cosker and their ambitious adult daughters.

There’s also a timely feature on the outlook of performance boat events heading into the next season. While many organizers took a beating in 2020 because of COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, the good news is that they’re all inspired to make the events happen in 2021—more so than ever—even if that means making significant changes.

The issue also spotlights seven events from Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina and more in the On Scene section, and columnist John Tomlinson explains what it’s been like working with Lorne Leibel, a longtime customer-turn-friend, for more than three decades.

If you haven’t signed up for the magazine, now’s your chance to get the new issue (and access to any of the previous 43 issues in our archives). Please let us know if you have any questions or problems with the subscription service. And don’t hesitate to share any feedback with us via email or on social media.

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