New DCB M37R Revealed

All-new outboard-powered cat set to debut April 2020

New DCB M37R Revealed
Breaking company design tradition, the new DCB M37R will not have a center pod.Courtesy DCB

Renderings of a new M37R model from DCB Performance Boats of El Cajon, Calif., have been circulating to promote the boat's planned debut at the April 2020 Desert Storm Poker Run in Lake Havasu City, Ariz. The outboard powered, 37-foot catamaran is 37-feet 6-inches long with a 10-foot 6-inch beam with a 65-inch tunnel and no center pod.

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The boat, which will have a 36-foot 2-inch running surface, will be powered by twin Mercury Racing 450R outboard engines and will have a dry weight of 5,950 pounds. It will be set up with its throttles and shifters in a console between the buckets seats for the driver and co-pilot.

Base price is reportedly $470,000. The first two 37-footers slated for production already have been sold, according to the company, and more orders are being accepted. The DCB team designed the cat in collaboration with Franco Gianni of SFG Yacht Design.