Thanks to its new ownership announcement in mid-December and an overwhelmingly positive Los Angeles Boat Show in mid-January that was followed up two weeks later by a well-attended open house/barbecue at the company’s Mira Loma, Calif., facility on January 26, Jake Fraleigh and the rest of the team at Eliminator Boats are feeling very optimistic about the custom boat company’s future.
Last weekend, Eliminator Boats hosted an impressive open house at its Southern California facility. Photo courtesy Eliminator
And why shouldn’t they be? Under the leadership of Fraleigh and his partners in the new ownership group, Revline, LLC, there are two all-new Speedster models in various stages of production—a 25-footer and a 30-footer—as well as a new-look 36 Speedster with a custom bustle that most definitely adds style and function to the 36-foot catamaran.
According to Fraleigh, the first 36 Speedster, which is being built for Tubby McDonald, is going to be powered by twin Mercury Racing 1350/1100 dual-calibration engines. Not only does the bustle extend the sleek lines of the 36 Speedster, it also includes wide steps down to the water line in the middle. Its cool design has led to two additional sales already, Fraleigh said.
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