In fact, I could discern no ride-related glitches, regardless of doing my best to imitate a newbie at the helm of this high-powered, double-stepped hull. Trimming down during sharp turns, for instance, is a big no-no that can cause many stepped V’s to trip, switch ends or at least raise a skipper’s pulse. Instead, the 35 Super Sport got my heart beating for all the right reasons: Turning crisply and confidently, accelerating like a bullet and hitting 58 mph at wide-open throttle. Bear in mind my tester was 300 ponies shy of its maximum-rated 900 horsepower. If you want to be first to the fish and effectively pursue them once on the grounds, the 35 Super Sport can grant your wish.