Adorned with striking silver, blue, black and white gelcoat graphics and powered by a pair of Mercury Racing 1350 engines, the third M41 Widebody from DCB Performance Boats is currently being rigged at the company’s El Cajon, Calif., facility.
From rendering to reality, DCB is currently rigging its latest M41 Widebody catamaran.
According to DCB founder Dave Hemmingson, the 41-foot catamaran was ordered by first-time DCB customers Craig and Kim Hargreaves of Washington and will be leaving for the Pacific Northwest’s Columbia River this summer with a possible return to Arizona’s Lake Havasu in the winter.
“We should have the boat in the water for testing in the next two to three weeks,” Hemmingson said. “The boat is phenomenal. It’s a total hot rod and it’s loaded with all of the bells and whistles. The engines are in it now and our talented rigging team is making some good progress. It’s really coming together nicely—it’s going to be an awesome boat when it comes to performance as well as appearance. I can’t wait to see it on the water.”
Hemmingson said DCB is likely to start production on its fourth 41-footer around the end of this year.
“We’ve got several boats on order we have to get to first, including a couple of amazing M35s with Mercury 1350s along with two M31s with twin Mercury 700s for our dealer Horizon Motorsports, before we can start working on another M41,” Hemmingson said. “We’re extremely busy which is a good thing. Our production is booked through the first quarter of next year.”
Look for more updates on the new 41-footer from speedonthewater.com in the coming weeks.
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