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About: Matt Trulio

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Matt Trulio is the co-publisher and editor in chief of speedonthewater.com, a daily news site with a weekly newsletter and a new bi-monthly digital magazine that covers the high-performance powerboating world. The former editor-in-chief of Sportboat magazine and editor at large of Powerboat magazine, Trulio has covered the go-fast powerboat world since 1995. Since joining boats.com in 2000, he has written more than 200 features and blogs.
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Recent Posts by Matt Trulio

Roar at the Shore: Poker Run Bargain
Posted on July 12, 2010.
This isn’t huge news, but I sure like the direction of it. Bargains of any kind are much appreciated in a down economy. So file this under “Another Bright Idea from ...
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Bob Leach on Eliminator: “It’s Actually Picking Up”
Posted on July 8, 2010.
To borrow—and bastardize—from Mark Twain, reports of Eliminator Boats’ demise have been “greatly exaggerated.” That doesn’t mean things have been easy for the Perris Valley, Calif., builder of West Coast ...
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Statement Cat Moving—Center Consoles Coming
Posted on July 7, 2010.
Though they’re not as omnipresent at poker runs and offshore races as they were last summer promoting their then-new 42-foot-long V-bottom, Todd Werner and Nick Buis at Statement Marine in ...
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Statement Cat Moving—Center Consoles Coming
Posted on July 7, 2010.
Though they’re not as omnipresent at poker runs and offshore races as they were last summer promoting their then-new 42-foot-long V-bottom, Todd Werner and Nick Buis at Statement Marine in ...
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Porter Sees Market Upturn For Formula
Posted on July 6, 2010.
Just got off the phone with Scott Porter, the chief executive officer of Formula Boats/Thunderbird Products, for a feature I’m writing about the company for Boats.com. (I’ll let you know ...
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Commentary: Phenomenon or Phenome-not—It’s All Good
Posted on July 2, 2010.
Since Phenomenon, the 55-foot-long turbine-powered catamaran that was to attempt to break the propeller-driven-water-speed record of 220 mph today, made its debut in November 2009 I have written 11 stories ...
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Kilo Runs Out for Phenomenon
Posted on July 1, 2010.
It’s been a rough day for Scott Barnhart, Al Copeland, Jr., and the rest of the team behind Phenomenon, the 55-foot-long catamaran with 12,000-hp worth of turbine engines that was ...
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Phenomenon Testing Today
Posted on July 1, 2010.
If all goes to plan, the 55-foot-long Phenomenon catamaran powered by four 3,000-hp turbine engines should be testing on Sarasota Bay (Fla.) in the next couple of hours according to ...
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Phenomenon on the Road for Sarasota Kilo Runs
Posted on June 30, 2010.
Talk about cutting it close. At this moment, Scott Barnhart is getting into the truck that will tow the quad-turbine engine Phenomenon catamaran to Sarasota, Fla., for the Super Boat International ...
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Mercury Racing 1300/1350 on Track for Fall Production
Posted on June 29, 2010.
Between its coming-out parties in the Mercury Marine and Cigarette Racing Team booths at the 2010 Miami International Boat Show, Mercury Racing’s turbocharged 1300/1350 made a big splash almost four ...
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