Along with its longtime partner for power—Mercury Racing—the team at Global Marine Power, the parent company of Hustler Powerboats in Calverton, N.Y., is excited to be able to show off its all-new 39 Shotgun at the upcoming Miami International Boat Show.
Hustler shared this teaser picture of the transom of its new 39 Shotgun (click image to enlarge).
Currently in the final detailing stages, Hustler’s 39 Shotgun, which was showcased in scale model form at the 2017 show (read the story), is armed with a new cockpit layout that seats up to 10 people as well as unique reclining rear seats and a power table that rises out of the floor.
“We are very pleased with how everything came together on the 39 Shotgun,” said Joe LoGiudice, owner of Hustler Powerboats. “I truly believe that people will see that this boat will give them everything that they are looking for with an outboard configuration, and that this is truly a unique boat.”
Powered by triple Mercury Racing Verado 400R engines, the 39 Shotgun is going to be on display at Mercury Racing’s in-water booth (No. 221) and Hustler also is planning to have a 388 Reloaded in the water along with two boats from its sister company, Checkmate Powerboats, a 2400 BRX and a 250 SFX at booth Nos. 391, 393 and 395.
According to LoGiudice, deposits are currently being taken for build slots for the 39 as well as its other 16 different boats that vary from both catamaran and V-bottom designs between 21 and 50 feet. You can visit the company’s website or check them out on Facebook and on Twitter.
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