We know what you’re thinking: DCB Performance Boats hasn’t even unveiled its first M37R Widebody catamaran and we’re already showing you pictures of the second one. Guilty as charged—but with an explanation.
The second DCB M37R is so hot it already looks likes it’s flying.
The El Cajon, Calif., custom high-performance catamaran company has provided multiple reveals of the true-tunnel 37-footer in various stages of development. The next time you see it on speedonthewater.com, the first DCB M37R, which is powered by twin Mercury Racing 450R outboard engines, will be a finished product most likely boiling the waters of Lake Havasu in Arizona.
That should happen in the next two to three weeks.
In the meantime, the DCB crew gave us a few images of the second M37R—going to Canadian Brad Macaulay—in production. And even as a bare hull, it’s a sexy beast that will be completed not long after hull No. 1 hits the water.