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Sneak Peek: Latest M44 Widebody Catamaran Ready Just In Time For DCB Regatta

A casual and intimate affair, the annual DCB Performance Boats Owners Regatta happens this weekend in Lake Havasu City, Ariz. DCB owners from around the country will gather at the London Bridge Resort host venue to enjoy a couple of funs runs and celebrate the vaunted custom high-performance catamaran brand during a Saturday night party.

Owned by second-time DCB client Mauricio Vivanco, the fourth M44 Widebody catamaran built will be on the water this weekend during the company’s owners regatta.

The regatta is always good for at least one new DCB delivery, and this one will not disappoint as the El Cajon, Calif., company is bringing a brand-new M44 Widebody catamaran to its owner today in advance of the event. The 44-footer is powered by Mercury Racing 1550/1350 engines and simply immaculate and we’ll bring you the complete delivery story tomorrow on speedonthewater.com.

In the meantime, DCB president Jeff Johnston sent us a few sneak peek photos of the latest M44 creation. Of note, the boat is outfitted with so many speakers—26 to put a fine point on it—that a technician from JL Audio actually flew in to tune the cat’s stereo system.

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A few more details in advance of tomorrow’s complete reveal.

As previously reported on speedonthewater.com, the boat is the company’s fourth M44 Widebody catamaran built and it couldn’t be going to a better a home, that of Mauricio and Angie Vivanco. A rabid DCB fan whose first DCB was an open-bow M31 Widebody cat, Mauricio Vivanco ordered the 44-footer with the same passenger-friendly interior layout.

Later today, Vivanco will join an exclusive four-member club of M44 Widebody catamaran owners that includes Mike Stevenson, Craig Hargreaves and Dave and Buffie Megugorac. But’s that’s for tomorrow. For now, enjoy this sneak peek.

A technician from JL Audio traveled to DCB to tune the catamaran’s 26-speaker stereo system.

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