But you can't listen to Mambo, he's a pom.
Sportsboat like sports car.
Google Sport Boat or sportboat and you get pages and pages of fishing boats.
Google sportsboat and you get Wikipedia : " The term "sportsboat" first appeared in the late 1980s and early 1990s to describe high performance Trailer yachts with major compromises in accommodation"
Oh wait, so's Snapper. Never mind. Long live the Queen!
(Off to edit Wikipedia!)
Does Rondar want to sponsor a forum about fishing boats or fast, exciting, sailing boats?
If you want to sponsor a forum about sailing boats, I suggest you ask Clean to edit the title of the SA Sports Boat Forum.
If you want to promote Sport Boats, then by all means lets get the word out to all of our friends who own Sea Rays, BayLiners, Fourwinns, Skeeters, Crownlines, Hydra-Sports etc. etc. etc. and tell them that SA has a forum for them. I'm sure that Scooter and Clean would appreciate the traffic!
Here are some useful links to start the ball rolling:
There is a semi-serious point that I'm making. As industry participants you (Rondar and SA) should be promoting the universal adoption of the "s" in sports boats because it searches much better for you.
Also, outside of the US, sailors are using the "s" in sports boat, and inside the US, its probably 40/60. So it really wouldn't take much for the "s" to become standard to distinguish sailing boats from sport fishing boats.