A little off topic but cool. Did you know In 1911, a 40-foot stepped planing hull, Dixie IV, designed by Clinton Crane, became the first gasoline powered vessel to break the water speed record. Beginning in 1908, Alexander Graham Bell and engineer Frederick W. "Casey" Baldwin began experimenting with powered watercraft. In 1919, with Baldwin piloting their HD-4 hydrofoil, a new world water speed record of 70.86 mph (114.04 km/h) was set on Bras d'Or Lake in Nova Scotia.

If any of you guys ever venture to Cape Breton Nova Scotia they have a huge museum of Alexander Graham Bells projects and inventions its a must see in Bras d'Or Lake Nova Scotia