The Top 10 Toys of Summer: Flying Fish

  • Michael Verdon

Since its founding in 1969, Cigarette Racing Team has become synonymous with fast and tough powerboats. More recently, the South Florida builder has ventured beyond its signature racers while staying true to its swift and sturdy heritage. With its new 39 Top Fish, the company brings some of its brawn to the world of big-game fishing. The 39-foot vessel is available with four 350 hp Mercury Verado outboard engines, which—when combined with a new stepped-hull design—help push the fishing boat to speeds as fast as 82 mph. The fully loaded Top Fish’s performance should help the $449,000 vessel lure fishermen who chart trips far from shore. A center console can accommodate two adult passengers on overnight trips, which are made all the more comfortable thanks to features including a stand-up head and a center platform that lifts from the deck to become an expansive table or sun pad.

Cigarette Racing Team, www.cigaretteracing.com

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