Continuing to expand sales and distribution of its luxury center consoles and high-performance catamarans, Mystic Powerboats has added three dealers. Catwaba Moorings, Seven Seas Yacht Sales, Inc., and Mystic Midwest have joined the DeLand, Fla., company’s dealer network, which also includes Power Yachts International in Cape Coral, Fla.
Located in Port Clinton, Ohio, Catawba Moorings is a family owned and operated full service facility that has been in business for 31 years, according to a press release from Mystic. The company offers sales, service, storage and marina, and is a short cruise from Put-In-Bay and the rest of the islands of Lake Erie.
Another family owned and run operation, Seven Seas Yacht Sales, Inc., is based in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and located on the North Fork of the New River. In addition to being a consistent sales leader with the multiple brands it carries, the company offers an “outstanding service department that can handle anything from electronics, canvas, fiberglass and motor work,” according to Greg Weber, Mystic’s sales manager and director of dealer development.
“With their help we are looking to greatly expand our presence in the Florida East Coast market,” he said.
A start-up company with “a huge amount of horsepower behind it,” according to Weber, Mystic Midwest is based in Central Missouri in the Lake of the Ozarks area. The company is owned by J.W. Clemens, a well-known member of the waterway’s powerboating community who recently retired from the automobile industry, and Brian Maine.
“J.W. Clemens is looking forward to pursuing his passion in the boating industry and brings a lot of passion, knowledge and drive on building a successful business,” said Weber. “With an extensive background in auto racing, Brian Maine has shifted his competitive passion to the offshore powerboat racing world as he is starting his second season piloting the GEICO P1 Panther in the Powerboat P1 racing series. His expertise and knowledge is a perfect fit for the Mystic brand in Lake of the Ozarks area.
“Mystic Midwest will not only be stock and sell the successful Mystic center console line up, but also the Mystic catamaran models as well,” said Weber. “We’re pleased to have them on board.
“We’re still looking for dealers in other territories,” he added. “But we’re delighted with the dealers we’ve signed on and the progress of our expanding network so far.”