Members of the media and attendees at the 2012 Miami International Boat Show will get the first look at the Outerlimits SV29 V-bottom on Thursday, Feb. 16— tagged “Premier Day” by the show organizers—at 11 a.m. That’s when Mike Fiore, the owner of the Bristol, Rhode Island, custom high-performance boat company, and other members of the Outerlimits team, will pull the sheet off the 29-footer, which will be powered by a Mercury Racing 600SCi engine.
“The 29 is a very important boat for us,” said Fiore. “It’s a big deal for us—it’s our first single-engine boat and the smallest model we’ve ever built. We think people will be impressed with the 29, but we’re looking forward to seeing the reaction when we pull the sheet of the boat at 11 a.m. on Thursday.”
The three-boat Outerlimits display will be outside the Miami Convention Center at space No. 3453.
Editor’s Note: Premier Day tickets cost $35, while tickets for other days of the show are $18. A five-day pass for the entire show costs $80.