The new Wright Performance Powerboats 360 debuted at the Lake of the Ozarks Shootout and will make an appearance at the Super Boat International Key West Offshore World Championships in November. The 35-foot-2-inch (10-foot-7-inch beam) catamaran is a collaborative project of Doug Wright Designs and Performance Boat Center of Osage Beach, Missouri. The vacuum-bagged e-glass epoxy/carbon-fiber boat reportedly weighs 5,500 pounds and, powered by a pair of Mercury Racing Verado 400R outboards, will run 123 mph.
The bare hull and deck will be constructed by Doug Wright Designs in Florida, with the rigging, painting and interiors being handled by Performance Boat Center in Missouri. The interiors are done at Kutting Edge Interiors in St. Louis. The first boat was built with twin buckets forward and four individual seats aft. The boat is designed with a center throttle, and the helm can be installed on either side of the dash.
Standard equipment includes a MYCO trailer, custom graphics, JL Audio system, Mercury Racing outboards and Mercury Racing cleaver propellers, billet jack plates, and a 22-inch Garmin display. List price is reported to be $450,000.