Team AMSOIL Offshore spent the winter rebuilding the 368 Skater after a grueling yet successful 2011 season that ended with an overall win in the nasty waters of Orange Beach, Alabama. Once the boat was completed, it made a stop at the Lake Havasu Boat Show and Desert Storm Events in Lake Havasu, Arizona and then on to Las Vegas to be on display at the AMA Monster Energy Supercross Finals Pit Party.
The boat and rigs departed from Las Vegas and made the 3,000 mile trip to Ocean City, MD, for the first AMSOIL OPA Series Race.
The team gathered at the site and prepared the boat for the first race of the year. Saturday testing provided needed information for set ups that
Lake Havasu Boaters Now Have the Option of Hiring a “Designated Captain”
Lake Havasu City, AZ: Just in time for the busy Memorial Day weekend, the Lake Havasu Marine Association has launched a new “Designated Captain” program to complement its successful Designated Operator boating safety campaign.
According to Jim Salscheider, President and CEO of the Lake Havasu Marine Association, “Designated Captain is a logical and much needed next step in our effort to minimize the number of intoxicated boat operators on-the-water, especially on
Hustler Powerboats of Calverton, NY, recently announced the completion of the first stage of testing the 39 Rockit with Twin Young Performance 1,100 EFI motors and Mercury #6 drives.
With Rolf Papke of Pro Technologies at the helm and Eddie Young of Young Performance gauging the engine conditions, the 39 Rockit hit a top speed of 132 mph before maximizing the prop.
“It was the fastest and most stable V-bottom I have ever driven as it made a two foot chop look like a piece of glass,” said Papke. “The boat was so tame and quiet that I did not need to run the boat with the
The 8th annual V-Drive Regatta will hit Irvine Lake, CA, on its traditional Father's Day weekend this year. The 2012 event will run June 15-17 and will feature all of the bling, fun and speed of previous events.
Boat entrance fee is $75, which includes a T-shirt. General admission to the regatta is $30 for a three-day pass; $20 for a two-day (Saturday and Sunday) pass, or $10 for Sunday only. Children 6 and under will be admitted free. Campers pay $60 for the entire weekend; $50 for Saturday and Sunday, or $25 for