MTI is ready to show up and show out at the Miami International Boat Show. The show which is slotted for February 13 to 17, will welcome the new 390X with Mercury 450R Engines. Read below to find out more on this incredible boat and what to expect from MTI at the boat show!

To no surprise, Randy Scism and the team at MTI in Wentzville, Mo., have been working hard on the company’s full lineup of models as of late. They are currently getting a new MTI-V 57 with five Mercury Racing 450R engines together to show off at next month’s Miami International Boat Show (Feb. 13-17) at Miami Marine Stadium on Virginia Key, along with a bevy of other boats, including a 48-foot catamaran with twin Mercury Racing 1350/1100 engines, a quad-engine MTI-V 42 luxury performance center console and a 340X sport cat with twin 450R engines.

Of course, the company is going to have two of its all-new outboard-powered 390X catamarans front and center at its in-water space, booths 392-399. In a little sneak peek, Scism and his delightful daughter, Taylor, who manages client relations, shared a few images of the latest 39-footer, hull No. 2, which is going to MTI’s 2020 demo model. Hull No. 1 was supposed to be the demo, but MTI customer Tom Hall made an offer MTI couldn’t refuse following its early November unveiling in South Florida before the Key West Poker Run. Hull No. 3 is currently being painted—it’s the first one that wasn’t an MTI-designed wrap—and is going to be the other 39-footer on display in Miami.

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