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Mystic Cats Gearing Up For 2015 Road Show

The strong showings of Agent Provocateur, the first Mystic Powerboats C4400 catamaran completed, and Low Altitude, the well-known Mystic 50-footer with twin turbine engines, during last week’s Desert Storm event in Arizona were just the beginning of what will be an extensive Mystic cat presence at various events throughout the 2015 boating season. That’s the word from Scott Sjogren of Pier 57 Marine, Mystic’s global dealer in Gurnee, Ill.


Unlike the first two Mystic C4400s, the third cat is anything but blue. 

Two 44-foot Mystic cats—one with twin Mercury Racing 700s and another with Mercury Racing 1100s—are presently in the final process of painting at the company’s headquarters in DeLand, Fla.

“We’re really excited about the progress,” said Sjogren. “We have a new 50-foot cat with Mercury Racing 1350s going to a customer at Lake of the Ozarks, and we have a 44-footer with 1100s also going to a customer at Lake of the Ozarks. Both of those boats will be at this year’s Shootout.

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For a look at Mystic C4400 model No. 3, check out the slideshow above.

“After the Miami Show, we made quite a few changes to the interior of the C4400 so that caused boats No. 2 and 3 to be a little delayed,” he added. “But we’re really pleased with the first one (the Agent Provocateur boat) that was at Desert Storm. I think that boat is on its way to the Tickfaw 200 Poker Run now.”

Sjogren said that two more orders for the C4400 currently are in their final stages. While those cats won’t be completed in time for the 2015 season, he said, Mystic will be represented by those nearing completion, as well as those already in the field.

“We will be at Super Cat Fest,” he said. “It looks like we’ll have seven Mystic there this years, four 50s and three 44s. We’re really excited about that.”


For a better overal view of the latest 44-footer, click the image above to enlarge.

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