Brett and Sharon Spraggins, who are performance boat enthusiasts, visited us in Florida to try out the new MTI 390X. They were very impressed with what the boat had to offer. When asked by MTI if it needed changes, they said it was perfect and exactly what they were looking for! Keep reading the article below to found out what else they said about their new MTI 390X!
For Brett and Sharon Spraggins—Huntington Beach, Calif.-based performance boaters who do a majority of their boating at their home away from home, Arizona’s Lake Havasu—they’re still coming down from the high of taking delivery of their astonishing new MTI 390X catamaran powered by Mercury Racing 450R engines during the Wentzville, Mo., company’s annual Owners Fun Run in the Florida Keys last week.
The Spraggins, who also own a Statement Marine 38-foot center console with quad Mercury Racing Verado 400R engines, got their new 39-foot cat just in time for the MTI-hosted event that went from Miami to Key West, Fla., and back, and were blown away by the boat, which they’ve named Bougiee AF in a nod to the couple’s appreciation for the finer things in life and because “Bougiee” is Sharon’s fun-loving nickname among her powerboating friends.
“Oh my gosh, we had such an incredible time boating in the Keys with so many incredible people,” said Sharon Spraggins, who was very involved in the decision process regarding the boat’s paint job, interior and more. “The boat is absolutely gorgeous and the ride is amazing. It is so smooth and comfortable. I wasn’t sure if I wanted another cat, but we rode in a 34-foot MTI at the 2018 Lake Powell Challenge and we were very impressed so we went ahead and ordered the new 390 in early 2019 before MTI had even announced it was building the boat.