Welcome to the Teague Custom Marine blog. For over forty years, we’ve been focused on the high performance marine industry, hands-on and at the cutting edge of new technology and innovation for both pleasure boaters and racers. We invite you to visit us here often. Our purpose is to bring you timely and accurate information and insight about what’s happening in the world of high performance boating. You can count on us to give you straight answers and good advice. We also encourage you to comment and become involved in the total process. Let’s get this journey started – again, welcome aboard.
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Teague Custom Marine is thrilled to be co-hosting the 6th Annual Krusin’ for Kids event at DESERT STORM 2017, with Lake Racer LLC and other sponsors!
Seeking advice for your boat? Look no further than ‘Teague on Tech.’
Although Matt Trulio wrote a news story about reviving the longstanding “Teague on Tech” column that I wrote for Powerboat magazine for too many years to count, I figured it was worth mentioning here that we’re looking for questions that I can answer on a weekly or bi-weekly basis for speedonthewater.com. Some of the best subject matter just might end up in this column, too.
Thanks to decades of experience testing boats, racing boats and working on a wide range of boats at Teague Custom Marine in Valencia, Calif., answering questions has become my forté. It’s actually a pretty enjoyable thing to do, so please don’t hesistate to email me your questions.
Here are a couple of questions I answered a while back that might be helpful to some of you.
As seen on www.speedonthewater.com • Sunday, 12 March 2017
For more than 30 years, Teague On Tech—a question-and-answer column—was the most popular department in Powerboat magazine. As most performance-boat enthusiasts know, Powerboat ceased publication in 2011, but Bob Teague, the man behind the column, is still very much with us as the owner of the renowned Teague Custom Marine, an engine-building, rigging, service, restoration and parts shop in Valencia, Calif. He’s also a multi-time offshore racing world champion who runs a 36-foot Skater Powerboats catamaran in Super Boat International’s Superboat class.