Fountain has the same great and timeless style lines that boat enthusiasts admire, and they are as good today as ever because the Fountain hull design was ahead of its time from its inception. The 34 CC we tested clocked 62 mph on dual 350 Verado outboards. The step hull made the most of the horsepower, but the Fountain design stuck tight in turns, defying the nasty rap some step hulls get for sliding out and swapping ends. We think the 34 CC built today is better than the best in earlier production runs because wood stringers and transoms are things of the past in Fountain Powerboats. Composite construction is lighter and won’t rot, guaranteed.