Fountain’s 29 Fever is the perfect speed boat entry into the high-performance arena. The Positive Lift Hull gives incredible top end while providing precision balance and handling. All controls are at your fingertips and Livorsi gauges help monitor all systems at a glance. Fountain sport boats utilize the finest components available.
Battery switch, explosion proof
Bilge pumps, two, 12 volt DC, 1200 GPH automatic/manual pump
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Its exhilarating, dramatic, action-packed and one of the fastest growing motor sports in Europe. In the finest of racing traditions, sleek powerful machines, in the hands of skilled pilots, compete for the challenge and the glory.
Powerboat P1 combines spectacular action, with the glamour of international motor sport. Racing takes place close to the shoreline in some of Europe’s finest holiday seaside destinations attracting large crowds.
Powerboat P1 racing is one of the last of the (...) > Full story
South Auckland brothers Wayne & Grant Valder powered their way to an impressive victory in round 7 of the NZ Armacup ‘Racing for Cure Kids’ Inex Metals offshore powerboat championships held at Whitianga yesterday. Driving the 34-foot, 1100hp Phantom catamaran, Pro Floors Racing they relished the one meter swells and lead from start to finish to register their second win of the eight race series and have closed the gap in the championship race to just 75-points behind series (...) > Full story
"We consider ourselves as genuine Championship contenders," is the bold claim by team principle Chris Witty with the news that Fountain Powerboats, one of America’s leading high-performance boat manufacturers and Ilmor, one of motor sport’s most prolific and successful engineering firms, have announced their involvement to contest the 2007 UIM Powerboat P1 World Championship.
The new team will be run under the control of Fountain Worldwide, the international sales arm of the (...) > Full story
Serious offshore racing at Napier this coming Saturday for Round 6 of the NZ Armacup ‘Racing for Cure Kids, Inex Metals Offshore Powerboat Championship as the series heads towards an exciting conclusion with only three rounds remaining.
Napier has always been a highlight for many teams as they face the huge swells off the foreshore and out in the Napier harbour.
Three weeks ago in Tauranga it was Auckland’s Richard Shores and Wayne Carson who finally got their campaign back on (...) > Full story