DCB recently pushed the envelope with the largest model they’ve ever designed, the M44. And now the performance company based out of El Cajon, CA is ready to start building the first of their newest M33R Widebodies that will be slated for delivery in spring of 2018.
This particular model will feature twin Mercury 400s and the typical vacuum-infused hull, but the interior takes it up a notch with a brand new Mercury Marine Vessel View 703 monitor that will aid the driver as well as Mercury Racing digital throttle and shift controls. It will also include an upgraded sound system, SeaDek flooring, and custom billet hardware throughout the craft.
Get an inside look at the first M33R being built below!