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Here is the team's 30' SKATER CAT. Built by Douglas Marine , out of Skater's 30' mold. It is custom cut down and widened. The construction or the boat consists of Carbon Fiber, Kevlar, Epoxy resins, Balsa Core, Foam Core, and Honeycomb Core. All materials are vacuum bagged together.

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Letting the boat fly, Clearwater, 2011, National Championships...

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Here you have a group of photos to show the cockpit. . In the center you can see the tunnel escape hatch, in case the boat flips the crew can climb out the bottom of the boat without even getting wet. You can also see our LIVORSI gauges (www.livorsi.com) with which we monitor all ot the boats functions. As well, the boat is equipped with a www.LathamMarine.com power steering system, which makes the 100MPH corners no problem..... 

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Fresh from being rigged.  The twin Mercury 2.5 liter outboards are on the boat. The motors are 280 HP each and completely stock. Our power heads are maintained by Offshore Concepts in Sarasota, Fl. The Sport Master gear cases are 2:1 ratio and are maintained by www.ColabellaPerformance.com from St. Cloud, Fl. You can also see the LATHAM MARINE steering on there as well. The boat is also sitting on a custom SKATER trailer.

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Here is a shot of the boat, going in the water, for testing at the Key West, World Championships.

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Here is a great shot showing the profile of the boat. The staff at Douglas Marine did an awesome job with the boat.

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A great photo by Pete Boden of the 2007 Key West Worlds shows the team battling side by side with Team Miccosukee (2 time SBI/APBA national CHAMPIONS) coming into the harbor. Troy Hannon and Darren Schawrtz are rivals and good friends. Thanks to www.FluidSealingProducts.com for the support.

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Fresh out of the box, the first race of 2007, DoublEdge Motorsports, 30' Skater, taking the win over Bermuda BerryCuda in there 32' Doug Wright.