Featured Boat: 2004 Skater 36 Catamaran


Offered by TNT Marine Sales, this 2004 Skater 36 catamaran is powered by 1,100-hp Sterling Performance engines. According to the listing, the engines were recently refreshed and have less than 10 operating hours since refreshment.

Used only in freshwater and stored in a climate-controlled facility, the 36-footer was recently renovated with new paintwork and fuel tanks. Features include Livorsi Marine gauges, an intercom system with headsets, a Garmin GPS system and Hering propellers. A trailer is included.

Price is $199,000. For the full listing, click here.

For more information, contact Steve Fernandez at TNT Marine Sales, 954-655-6498.

Featured Boat: 2011 Outerlimits SV 50


Offered by FB Marine Group based in Pompano Beach, Fla., this 2011 Outerlimits Offshore Powerboats SV 50 V-bottom is powered by twin recently refreshed—with dynamometer time only—1,300-hp Chief engines with Mercury Racing No. 6 dry sump drives. Top speed is 130-plus mph. Interior features of the 50-footer include suspension seats for the driver and copilot.

Price is $499,000. Trades will be considered.

For more information, contact Randy Sweers at FB Marine Group, (954) 214-6038.

Featured Boat: 2011 Nor-Tech 4000 Roadster Supercat


Offered by Double R Performance, this 2011 Nor-Tech 4000 Roadster Supercat has had one and owner who ran it exclusively in freshwater. The catamaran is powered by twin Mercury Racing 850 SCi engines with No. 6 dry-sump drives and Nor-Tech Stealth exhaust.

The 40-footer’s six-seat cockpit is outfitted with a wraparound windshield, and its four-person rear bench converts to four individual seats. Features include a dual helm station, a Garmin GPS unit, a lounge in the cabin with a berth over the tunnel, and enclosed head locker with a shower unit and more. An aluminum trailer is included.

Price is $299,999 (U.S.)

For more information, contact Peter Roberts at Double R Performance, 705-321-4621.

Featured Boat: 2009 Statement Marine 42 Ultimate

Offered by Michigan performance boater Travis McDougall, this 42 Ultimate, which is powered by low-hour Mercury Racing 1075SCi engines and No. 6 drives, is the first boat built by Statement Marine—even though it doesn’t look like it. That’s because McDougall recently invested more than six figures into a makeover of the 42-foot V-bottom, which included an amazing paint job from Boat Customs (read a speedonthewater.com story about the boat here).

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Along with the paint and new interior with crocodile, real leather, carbon fiber and Alcantara, new Garmin and Mercury VesselView 703 screens were installed. He also opted for new Latham Marine controls with drive and tab controls on the handles. The boat also has Marine Design Corporation DriveSync, which keeps both drives in sync with each other, and a loud Focal system with eight speakers, eight tweeters and two subwoofers.

The boat, which was well known for its air-cushion suspension cockpit, has a full cabin with LED lights and wraparound love seats with storage below. The cockpit sits on airbags and shocks, which provides an amazing ride without any harsh hits from waves. The suspension is adjustable and self-leveling, and is one of many things that set this boat apart from others.

The boat’s trailer is a 2010 MYCO that was just completely redone, top to bottom, with all-new bunks, tires and custom paint. If you want to stand out, then this boat—one of the coolest, best-riding boats on the market today, might be the one for you. Check out a YouTube video the boat here.

Price is $349,000.

For more information, contact Travis McDougall at 231-631-1873. Serious inquiries only please.

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