Back to the subject of thundercats.
I went on a sea trial (in this case river trial) on a Sovereign thundercat yesterday and my god was it quick. It had the usual 50hp on the back.
I sat in the front of the thundercat with the broker steering, his advice to me as it was very windy was to stay forward when going into wind and get as much weight to the rear when we were running with the wind.
Also said you may want to put your feet in the foot straps and hold on tight.
Off we went, i thought the accelleration of my last rib was quick (7.5m tornado with twin 130s), this totally blew that away. The G's going round the corners was also phenominal.
Really considering buying one now and having heard people blasting around Guernsey etc, i am sure i could have fun here in Perth.
The only way i can really describe a Thundercat is like it is on rails, you move the tiller and you change direction.
Congrats with your purchase, i may be following suit.