Thursday, March 25, 2010

Spectre Powerboats Revival

Written by Matt Trulio
Thursday, 25 March 2010 15:24

Truth be told, I was genuinely sad when Jay Pilini of Spectre Powerboats sold the molds for his high-performance catamarans and focused exclusively on building center-console fishing boats. First, Pilini and his crew built a great product—I’ve had the pleasure of helping test many of them during my tenure as a writer for Powerboat magazine. Second, Pilini has an engaging, understated personality and a dry sense of humor. He doesn’t talk much, but when he does it’s entertaining.

So when I heard in late 2009 that Pilini and his business associate Tony Frisina of Frisina Motorsports were buying back the molds for Spectre’s 30-, 32, 36- and 42-foot-long cats, I have to admit I was delighted.

So why did Pilini come back?

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2 comments:

sisco said...

interesting blog. It would be great if you can provide more details about it. Thanks you
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Sharkey said...

Contact the writer Matt Trulio of "Speed on the Water" Perhaps he can do a follow up on his story...
http://www.speedonthewater.com/component/content/article/6-blog/133-spectre-powerboats-revival