Triumph boats are battered by the “Bubba Test”

The News and Observer reports a Triumph boat was dragged behind a truck at 45 mph, then rammed into a tree, then smashed into the side of a parked car.

This is not an accident report; it is an advertisement for Triumph Boats called the Bubba Test.The TV and internet ads feature the devastating boat abuse to show the durability of Triumph Boat’s polyethylene hulls.

Fiberglass is the material of choice for other boat manufacturers, but Triumph chooses polyethylene for its strength and ability to withstand more trauma than a fishing trip could ever dish out.

While we don’t advise you try the Bubba Test yourself, you can find a Triumph Boat on Boat Trader Online.

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