How fast does the cigarette Tirranna go?

How fast does the cigarette Tirranna go?

72 mph
LUXURY AND PERFORMANCE REDEFINED With a top speed of 72 mph the 59′ Tirranna is sure to impress. This new addition to the family is the ultimate expression of the Cigarette brand.

Are cigarette boats fast?

Due to typically being able to reach a max speed of 92mph, cigarette boats were the boat of choice when it came to smuggling alcohol.

How much horsepower does a cigarette boat have?

2,700 horsepower
The Cigarette Racing Team 59′ Tirranna AMG Edition features six supercharged 4.6-liter V8 Mercury Racing 450R outboard engines, each producing 450 peak propshaft horsepower. Together, these engines generate 2,700 horsepower, enabling a top speed of 80 mph.

How many gallons of gas do cigarette boats hold?

Fuel Economy

At 25 mph 1.3 mpg
At 65 mph 1.3 mpg
At 75 mph 1 mpg
At WOT 1 mpg
Fuel capacity 240 gallons

How fast do cigarette boats go?

That speed is equal to 57 miles per hour or 92 kilometers per hour. Some cigarette boats can reach a speed of up to 90 knots. 90 knots is about 104 miles per hour or 167 kilometers per hour!

What is the difference between a cigar boat vs cigarette boat?

If you have heard of a cigar boat, you may be wondering what is the difference between a cigar boat vs cigarette boat. The Cigarette boat name is a boat brand owned by Don Aronow, just like Colgate is a brand of toothpaste. But some use the word cigar boat as a nickname for cigarette boats.

What is the most expensive cigarette boat in the world?

We’ve put together a list of the ten most expensive cigarette boats in the world for your enjoyment and consideration. Even in the used condition the Cigarette Rough Rider still fetches a handsome price of nearly $230,000. The length of the speedy craft is 46 ft with an 8 ft width and a V-bottom hull.

Is the cigarette 38 Top Gun a go-fast boat?

The 38 Top Gun topped out at 86.4 mph on radar. (Photo by Tom Newby) As it has been for so many years, Cigarette’s 38 Top Gun is one of the first names in offshore go-fast boats, and the model we tested at the Fort Myers, Fla., stop of our Performance Trials gave us no reason to think otherwise.