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News: The M5200; Top Of The Range Mystic

Discussion in 'Tenders & Dinghies' started by Yacht News, May 14, 2024.

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  1. Mystic M5200 By Mystic Powerboats
    Mystic Powerboats got their start in the mid-1990s where they became known as a racing powerboat builder especially offshore powerboat cats. They have also built some large boats too, one that was a 70-footer called the SL700 in 2004. However by around 2011 the company made its first 50 foot, six-person boat. This was responsible for pushing the transition from being just a racing entity to opening into the pleasure boat market. Within that pleasure boat market Mystic have been focusing on making these craft as comfortable and luxurious as possible. Their most recent attempt at that is the M5200.
  2. The M5200 as the model name implies, is 52-feet long and while there are bigger boats in the center console market, this is still a big boat. It features a 14-foot beam and can carry close to 2,500 LT of fuel. Top speed is around 70-knots which is blistering for getting you to that lunch meeting and still back home for dinner. Quad Mercury Verado 600-HP V12 outboard engines come with the boat but you can alternatively strap 4 450-HP Mercury outboards. Of course you can put up to 6 on the transom.
  3. Under the substantial hardtop there is room behind the center console for a whole two full rows of shocked bucket seats. Aft of the seats is an area that customers can truly spec-out to their desires. Whether it is a grill, refrigerator, cooler, ice-maker, pull-out garbage cans, storage or even a pop-up tv customers can arrange this area how they see fit.
  4. Further aft by the transom is built-in layout seating and sunpadded area good for use when at anchor. The forward portion still has seating even when it is being used as a sun pad. Despite the large space it takes up there is still room to walk around between the aft kitchen station and the transom area. The opposite end of the boat is bow-riders paradise.
  5. From the three massive built-in loungers with inserted cup holders to the U-shaped bench seating tailoring to the shape of the bow, there is ample seating for many. Like many center consoles of this class there is the option for tables to complement the U-shape seating. When not in use they vanish into the deck. You can raise them to seating level and fit a cushion insert to create a large sunpad or fully-raise them for dining. The led lighting and speakers dotted around the space surely help to create the desired ambience.
  6. The M5200 blends the performance that Mystic Powerboats is known for with comfort and premium onboard packages. With a top speed approaching 80mph (70-knots) there is no doubt that this boat means business when the throttle is opened up. Under the the aft sunpad you will find access to the seakeeper gyro that is responsible for keeping the ride nice and stable. The boat is perfect for weekends on the water with below deck comforts available.

    For more information:

    Mystic Powerboats
    1856 Patterson Ave.
    DeLand, FL 32724

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