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2014 Annual Report

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Warriors on the Water

Fast times on the water for amputees New program takes wounded onto lake in modified hydroplanes Two amputees were in for a day of exhilaration as they skimmed the surface of the water at Joint Base… View »

Victory Education Program

The Victory Education Program is a rigorously researched, classroom tested curriculum where we use the "Magic of Racing" to inspire students to pursue and excel in STEM education.  The program… View »

Learning Programs

The Hydroplane & Raceboat Museum offers two distinct learning programs: J-Hydro & Victory Education.  J-Hydro The Junior Hydro Program (J-Hydro), is for kids 9 to 16 years of a… View »

J-Hydro Program

The Junior Hydro Program (J-Hydro), is for kids 9 to 16 years of age. Children learn traditional wooden boat building skills while building and rigging their own J-Hydro and race their completed boa… View »

1973 Pay 'N Pak

By Aaron Lynch Reprinted from http://thunderthebridge.blogspot.com News has broken recently that Ken Muscatel has purchased the former Pay 'N Pak "Winged Wonder" hydroplane with the intention of rest… View »

Silent Seafair Thunder U-95

Reprinted from The Guide, July 31, 1973 It’s a bird, it’s a plane! No, it’s, it’s Super-boat! Where? Why where else, on the course for the Seafair Unlimited Hydroplane Trophy Race. You may not see a… View »

Hydroplane Racing: Juggling Dynamite

July 13, 1987 DETROIT — In less than 12 months in 1981 and 1982, Bill Muncey and Dean Chenoweth, the two most victorious drivers in unlimited hydroplane history, died in racing accidents. The sport,… View »

A Brief History of Miss Spokane

The saga of Miss Spokane began in the fall of 1957 when a small group of Spokane, Washington hydroplane enthusiasts formed first formed a corporation and then raised a reported $13,000 to purchase a… View »

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