Featuring an incredible paint job from Stephen Miles Design in Owensboro, Ky., the all-carbon 39-foot canopied pleasure catamaran from Outerlimits Offshore Powerboats is back at the custom high-performance boat builder’s Rhode Island facility with the goal of being ready in time for the Mike Fiore Memorial Poker Run at the end of the month.
The first pleasure version of Outerlimits’ SC 39 is currently being rigged with twin Mercury Racing 1100 engines. All photos courtesy Stephen Miles.
Ordered by Michigan performance boater Burton Kirsten through American Custom Marine in Kimball, Mich., the second 39 SC from Outerlimits is being rigged with twin Mercury Racing turbocharged 1,100-hp engines and No. 6 drives. Kirsten, who is anxious to get his boat, said he’s pumped to see the paint job in person. Surely the bright green, navy and orange paint job pops even more in person than it does in the photos above and in the slideshow below, but it’s easy to visualize the sheer size and level of detail involved with painting the catamaran.
“The paint job came out great, it’s a cool design that is sure to turn a lot of heads,” said Dan Kleitz, production manager at Outerlimits. “I’ve got to give credit to the team at Stephen Miles Design for turning out another unique paint job for us. We’re working on the boat now and trying to get it done as quick as possible.”
For more images of the 39-foot Outerlimits painted by Stephen Miles Design in Kentucky, check out the slideshow above.
Miles, who honed his skills on RC boats before painting the first 46-foot catamaran from Outerlimits last year, considers the design to be his best of the five Outerlimits he’s painted.
“Of course I’m biased, but the boat is just so pretty,” Miles said. “We still have the engine hatches to finish up here and ship to Outerlimits. Other than that, we’re all set. I’m proud of our team and the work that went into Burton’s new boat.”
First 39-Foot Outerlimits Pleasure Catamaran in Production