I got a chance to interview the founder of Nitra Boats, they make amazing offshore pleasure and raceboats in Sweden, a 22 and 29. They use Evinrude exclusively. They also designed a neat nosecone with low water pickup for the G2 on their race boats.
Both the 22 and 29 are unbelievalble, the 22 goes over 75 MPH with a stock G2 200 HO. Very narrow beam with a deep 26 degree deadrise. The 29 goes well past 100 MPH with twin 300s and their still testing it.
Here's the interview, really interesting. https://www.wavetowave.com/home/2017/9/22/10-questions-with-nitra-boats-founder-marcus-friberg
Cool shot of the 22 in action. And the nosecone below.
Remarkable boats and great performance.
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