Marine Technology Inc or better known as MTI is located in Wentzville, Missouri and was founded by Randy Scism. Randy started racing powerboats in 1985 and has well over 25 years of hard work, devotion and innovative thinking that is the driving force behind MTI. After nearly a decade of record-breaking performances, race wins, World Championships, and design awards, MTI continue to focus on bringing radical new ideas to the world of performance powerboating. They are known for dominating in every race organization in the Supercat Lite, Supercat, and setting world speed records at a record 160.98MPH (Team CRC APBA Supercat Class)
design & construction
At MTI, their race and pleasure series boats are the product of industry leading computer-aided engineering and structural analysis coupled with real world experience and testing in all types of conditions both on and off the racecourse. Their lamination schedule is one of the industries most advanced featuring a vacuum bagged epoxy lay-up with the latest in multi-axial stitched fabrics all hand laminated then post cured in a climate controlled environment in a process that is an MTI exclusive. Rigging is a key part of the construction of any boat and MTI’s rigging division leads the industry in awards, innovation, and racing success. Every boat goes through a rigorous set of pre-delivery tests to insure that it meets their standards for quality and performance. Every boat is thoroughly Web design Naples tested and personally inspected by President and World Championship winning racer, Randy Scism before the customer takes delivery.
Specs and Models
Pleasure Series 36 MTI 40 MTI 42 MTI 44 MTI 48 MTI 55 MTI Pleasure/Race Series
Racing Series 48 MTI Racing 44 MTI Racing 42 MTI Racing 40 MTI Racing
Custom ordered to made.
They are known for competing in every race organization in the multiple cat classes including Supercat Lite, Supercat 750, turbine etc. MTI turbine boats have been known to reach well over 200 MPH and setting world speed records at a record 160.98MPH (Team CRC APBA Supercat Class)