Gallery of the Week: Collier’s Mystic C4400 Cat Hits The Road

With its exquisite paintjob completed by Stephen Miles Design in Owensboro, Ky., a unique low-profile Mystic Powerboats C4400 catamaran owned by Chad and Heather Collier of Tennessee currently is on its way to the Mystic facility in DeLand, Fla. The 44-footer should arrive at the shop this evening.

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Once the C4400 arrives at Mystic the crew there will get stated on interior installation and engine installation/rigging.

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Image of the Week: Quite A Lady

From a distance, the Lady Lisa, one of two 80-foot sport yachts built by Nor-Tech Hi-Performance Boats in Fort Myers, Fla., looks like another attractive, vibrant-red go-fast sportboat. But as the V-bottom owned by Red Reynolds gets closer to the viewer, it becomes obvious that the 80-footer is not “another” sportboat. The Lady Lisa is—in a word—massive.

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How big really is the Lady Lisa? Click the image above. Photo by Pete Boden/Shoot 2 Thrill Pix

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Slideshow of the Week: Outerlimits-Inspired Without Limits Custom Bike Wins in Daytona

Dr. Michael Janssen, the founder of the Center for Spine and Orthopedics in Denver who is best known around offshore racing and poker run circles as “Doc,” knew he was getting a show-stopping bike when he custom-ordered a turbocharged motorcycle from the Arizona-based Trask Performance.

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With the Daytona International Speedway in the background, Dr. Michael Janssen poses with the trophy he picked up for his custom bike in Daytona Beach, Fla. All photos courtesy Dr. Janssen

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Image of the Week: Time to Turn

Most of the participants in the Florida Powerboat Club’s Miami Boat Show Poker Run and MTI Owner’s Fun Run will either head back or are already heading back to Miami from the Faro Blanco Resort and Yacht Club in Marathon today. Among them was Ron Szolack, who piloted his Mitcher T-painted (from a design by Stephen Miles) Mystic Powerboats C4400 catamaran powered by a pair of Mercury Racing 1100 engines to the Florida Keys venue this weekend and headed home yesterday.

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With this weekend’s events in the Florida Keys behind it, Ron Szloack’s Mystic Powerboats C4400 catamaran is now for sale—and sure to find a happy home (click photo to enlarge). Photo courtesy/copyright Pete Boden/Shoot 2 Thrill Pix.

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Gallery Of The Week: Inside DCB’s Latest M35

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In its first test session, this new DCB Performance Boats M35 catamaran reportedly reached 165 mph.

The folks at DCB have completed yet another spectacular M35 Widebody catamaran powered by Mercury Racing 1350 engines, and thanks to the El Cajon, Calif., company’s Jeff Johnston speedonthewater.com has more than a few images of the 35-footer to the share. According to Johnston, the new cat, which is headed to a client in Canada, ran 165 mph earlier today with its engines turning 6,500 rpm.

“Those 1350s accelerate like nothing else,” said Johnston. “With 41-inch pitch propellers, it will run 173 to 175 mph."

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