For the past three years, Mystic Powerboats has hosted a Saturday customer-appreciation lunch run during the annual early November offshore powerboat races in Key West, Fla. Though several Mystic owners participated in the Florida Powerboat Club’s Key West Poker Run earlier this month, the DeLand, Fla., company called off the large-group gathering to comply with local COVID-19 pandemic restrictions.
During its Demo Day next Friday, Mystic Powerboats will have an M3800 center console, an M4200 center console and C4000 catamaran at the Tarpon Point Marina docks. Photo from Key West, Fla., by Pete Boden copyright Shoot 2 Thrill Pix.
But with its upcoming inaugural Winter Rendezvous set for the weekend of December 5 across the state in Cape Coral, Mystic still has a season-ending celebration in store for its customers. Open to all Mystic owners, the event will be held at the Westin Cape Coral and the adjacent Tarpon Point Marina.
“This will be a great opportunity to meet other Mystic owners, as well as the team from Mystic Powerboats,” said Greg Weber, the company’s director of dealer development. “We also will have factory technicians on hand to help with the owners boats.”
On Friday, December 4, Mystic will have a demo day at the venue. The company will showcase its latest M4200 and M3800 center consoles, as well as a C4000 catamaran.
“The boats will be in the water and available for viewing and sea trials,” said Weber. “And several of our key vendors are attending to answer any questions our owners might have. We are looking forward to showing off our latest products and spending some quality time with the Mystic family of owners.”