The deck tooling for Mystic Powerboat’s new 39-foot luxury performance center console is nearly complete and the first deck should be ready in early October. If all holds to plan, the DeLand, Fla., custom high-performance boat company will install the first completed deck on the first hull, which is finished (read the story) by November 1. (Hull No. 2 is currently in the mold.)
The deck tooling for Mystic’s new 39-footer is nearly finished.
“The deck has really soft lines—we’re excited about it,” said Scott Sjogren, the owner of Mystic dealer Pier 57 Marine in Gurnee, Ill. “It’s a big 39-foot boat with a 10’8″ beam and 38 inches of freeboard. Because of that wide beam, John Cosker (the founder and owner of Mystic) was able to design a larger rear-entry door as well as a portside entry door.”
Among the clever features and amenities that will come standard in the 39-footer, according to Sjogren, will be a fold-out step in each gunwale to help passengers step up to the flat section of gunwale when debarking from the boat. (The step also will be useful for boarding the boat.) Another noteworthy feature, he said, will be the boat’s one-piece hardtop, which was designed for maximum visibility for the driver.
To see more detail on the deck tooling as it’s taking shape, check out the slideshow above.
“Another cool thing is the boat’s stereo system,” Sjogren said. “Music is really important to boat owners, and we know that, but all the speakers will be hidden so you’re not going to have to look at speaker grill covers. John is taking the same approach with the boat’s LED lighting—it will be hidden in the combing pads and shining down so they don’t compromise your vision.”
Sjogren added that in addition to five-year warranties on the boat’s hull and triple outboard engines—the new model comes standard with a trio of 300-hp Mercury Marine Verados, all components will carry one-year warranties. Pricing has yet to be released.