The Quicksilver 350mph speedboat, will be tested on Scottish Loch Ness lake, ahead of world record attempt.
The 40ft long Quicksilver, created by a team that have spent 28 years designing and building it, powered by 10,000bhp turbofan engine.
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The current world speed record of 317.58mph, was set by Ken Warby 38 years ago.
Mr Macknight that spent thousands of hours creating the jet-powered speedboat, said:
“I am confident we can break the record. When a record has stood for the best part of 40 years, it’s more likely to be beaten. Technology has moved on a lot in that time.”
“You have to have respect for the danger, but I don’t think you go through what you are doing with too many nerves because getting the boat designed and built has been a huge job, consuming thousands of hours of my life.”