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Speed On The Water Sept/Oct Digital Issue Now Live!

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In between the daily news stories, which because of everything going on this week in Key West, Fla., has kept us quite busy as of late, and the upcoming Speed On The Water 2015 Year In Review print magazine (order yours today), the latest issue of Speed On The Water Digital Magazine came together quickly over the last couple of weeks. And while it’s not our largest digital effort to date, the stories are rather interesting and timely. From the 1966 Bertram raceboat that was restored recently in South Florida to the insiders’ perspective on the industry in 2015, there’s a good mix in the September/October 2015 issue.

As usual, we have a nice look at some current product, including an owner’s report on the Mystic Powerboats M4200 luxury performance center console. There’s also two interesting stories looking at performance boaters Ron Szolack, who is well known for his ever-changing fleet of performance boats, and Scott Oldnettle of Alabama who picked up two new rides this year—a Sunsation Boats 34 CCX center console and a DCB Performance Boats M35 Widebody cat.

Of course we know not all of you will be joining us in Key West, so for those of you stuck in who knows what kind of weather, hopefully this free pdf of the latest Speed On the Water digital magazine will fill a portion of your boating needs. Following is a rundown of what’s in the new issue.

cover 1015Industry Perspective
Key marine industry members weigh in on what went right this year and what challenges lie ahead.

Front Row Center
When Mystic’s M4200 luxury center console commands the stage, there isn’t a bad seat in the house.

Simply Creative
Knowing he may never drive the new or used go-fast boats he owns, Ron Szolack still orders one after the next. What’s up with that?

Back to Life
With TNT Custom Marine leading the way, a 1966 Bertram offshore raceboat, gets fully restored—and modernized.

Matching Set: DCB M35 and Sunsation 34 CCX
With his new DCB M35 Widebody and Sunsation 34 CCX, Alabama’s Scott Oldnettle has the best of both worlds.

Departments
From the Editors, Hot Sheet, Gear, Teague’s Take, On Scene Highlights from Hudson River Fall Fun Run and Monster Bash Poker Run, and Product Spotlight on BOLT Series locks.

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