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Mystic In Motion

John Cosker, the founder and owner of Mystic Powerboats in DeLand, Fla., has never lacked for ambition. On the heels of releasing a new 38-foot luxury performance center console to go with his 42-footer, Cosker unveiled a 38-foot catamaran to go with his 44- and 50-footers. That the two new models were unveiled in the same 18-month span, give or take a few weeks, speaks volumes about Cosker’s endless drive and generally fearless nature.

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With sales of its new 38-footers on the rise, John Cosker and his team have even bigger things in mind. Photo courtesy/copyright Pete Boden/Shoot 2 Thrill Pix.

Who else would look forward every year to throttling a catamaran—one of his own creations in fact—to 200-plus-mph as he did at the 30th annual Lake of the Ozarks Shootout last month? (To all the brave would-be throttle jockeys out there: It’s one thing to say you’d like to do it, but quite another to actually climb into the cockpit and risk life and limb to get it done.)

To date, Mystic has sold six M3800 center consoles and seven C3800 catamarans since introducing both models, all while continuing to sell and produce M4200 center consoles.

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