Though the latest Mystic Powerboats C3800 sport catamaran ultimately is headed to the DeLand, Fla., company’s Midwest Mystic Powerboats Powerboats dealership at the Lake of the Ozarks in Central Missouri, the 38-footer will make a four-day stop at the Mystic dock display at the Miami International Boat Show on Virginia Key next month. Hull No. 3, the boat is powered by a pair of Mercury Racing Verado 400R outboard engines, as were the company’s first two sport cat builds.
After the Miami event, Mystic C3800 No. 3 will be delivered to its Lake of the Ozarks-area dealer (click image to enlarge).
“The third C3800 has a really nice custom paintjob by Doug Harrell,” said Greg Weber, Mystic’s director of sales and dealer development. “It also has different interior than the other C3800s we’ve built,
“The second C3800 went to Ron Szolack, which means it’s for sale,” Weber continued, then laughed. “The first one went to Slug Hefner at the Lake of the Ozarks.”
As of late 2018, seven C3800s were “under contract,” according to Weber.
Check out the slideshow above to view the trio of Mystic models headed to the Miami International Boat Show next month.
The new 38-foot sport cat will be flanked by a Mystic M4200 luxury performance center console powered by quad Verado 400R outboards and equipped with a Seakeeper stablization system, as well as its smaller sibling, an M3800 center console equipped with a trio of the 400-hp supercharged outboards.
Editor’s Note: Speedonthewater.com will cover this build as it unfolds through its various stages.