Of all the blessings that come with the job of covering the high-performance powerboating world, getting to know some of the families involved is the best. We have families of our own, so we appreciate seeing parents and children sharing time on the water. It’s quality time, to be sure. Plus, from a purely mercenary perspective, the children of go-fast powerboat lovers are the most likely future of go-fast powerboating. They represent at least some level of job security.
Click here to subscribe to or download the new Speed On The Water digital magazine.
In the latest Speed On The Water digital magazine, which is now available for public consumption, we point our spotlight on go-fast boating families. For example, learn what it’s like Growing Up Moe, as we feature Katelin and Colton Moe, the teenage children of Washington’s Jason and Laurie Moe who own the radical Hurry Up Outerlimits catamaran, and Saylor Moe, the almost 3-year-old cutie pie who goes everywhere with her performance boat-loving parents, Shawn and Sieglinde Moe of Nevada.
There’s also a feature about the owners of the first 50-foot Nor-Tech center console, Jesse and Stephanie Neumann from Minnesota and their two adorable daughters, as well as a profile on the big-hearted Michael “Doc” Janssen and a story on FB Marine Group’s Randy and Chase Sweers’ father-son snowmobile bonding trips to Janssen’s Wyoming resort.
Along with a boat profile on the new Midnight Express 37 Open, which was featured at the Florida Powerboat Club’s Miami Boat Show Poker Run and Exhibit that’s also highlighted in the magazine, other content in the issue includes an on-point commentary from accomplished boat racer Shaun Torrente, a couple of On Scene features, Hot Sheets news and relevant Gear items.
So what are you waiting for? Visit the magazine archive today to enjoy the latest issue. If you already have a subscription, visit the Magazine Archive page and sign in. For those of you without a subscription, you can now download this issue and past issues here for $6 each. Of course, you can also sign up for an $18 annual subscription and gain access to the previous 45 issues.
Please let us know if you have any questions or problems with the subscription service. We’ve recently transitioned to a new system so there could be a few bugs to work out. And don’t hesitate to share any magazine-specific feedback with us via email or on social media.