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MTI has recently delivered two new boats and we’re so excited to be receiving such positive feedback! Read the article below to hear about what models we delivered and what our customers had to say regarding their purchases.

Just in time for the July 4th holiday weekend, MTI’s Tom Stuart cranked out two boat deliveries in the span of 24 hours to customers who were beyond impressed with their new rides, which are both over the top, yet night and day different.

One of the new boats is a bright green and orange 340X catamaran purchased by New Jersey performance boater Nick Lepore and powered by twin Mercury Racing 450R engines. Lepore, who owned a Cigarette Racing Team 36 Gladiator before ordering the impeccably finished 34-foot cat, said he was excited to take delivery of the boat at Missouri’s Lake of the Ozarks and haul it back home to run it over the holiday weekend in his home waters in and around Maryland, Delaware and New Jersey’s south shore.

“I really like how well the paint and interior came together,” Lepore said. “It was definitely worth the wait. MTI builds an incredible boat.”

Mega MTI

Brothers P.G. and Billy Georgiou took delivery of the other boat, a stunning MTI-V 42 luxury performance center console powered by four Mercury Racing 450R engines the day before the Fourth of July on Kentucky Lake. It was the second 42-footer—the first was a 2015 model with Mercury Racing Verado 350 engines.

The boat, which is called Megaflexin, has a massive sound system, color-changing lighting throughout, and a starlight headliner installed on the underside of the T-top—a first for MTI.

“We decided to order a brand new 42 to get the bigger power and completely customize it,” P.G. Georgiou said. “We loved the last one but we wanted the latest and greatest—and I think we got it. We came up with the idea to put the starlights in the ceiling of the canopy and it turned out awesome. The boat is gorgeous—it’s kind of stealthy yet luxurious at the same time. It looks cool in photos, but it’s even more impressive when you see it in person.

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