Our MTI 390XR Pleasure Cat is receiving positive feedback from its new owner Adam Seraphine, as we knew it would! Reactions like these are why we continue to innovate and create new models for our customers. Continue reading to learn what’s loved most about this one of a kind ride!
By the time you read this, Adam Seraphine, Mike Barnes, Rusty Williams and the rest of the crew currently kicking back at Fish and Company at the Lake of the Ozarks likely will be back at Performance Boat Center headquarters in Osage Beach, Mo. Seraphine, who lives full-time in Minnesota, has been at the lake for the past two days getting familiar with his new canopied MTI 390XR catamaran equipped with pair of Mercury Racing 450R outboard engines mounted on Shaun Torrente Racing brackets. It is the second pleasure version of the 39-footer built with a canopy—the first went to Seraphine’s friends Burton and Yvette Kirsten of Michigan.
And it’s safe to say Seraphine, who previously owned a canopied 40-foot V-bottom from Outerlimits Offshore Powerboats, is pleased with his choice.
“It’s awesome,” he said. “It’s so comfortable and easy to use. And the visibility is great. Between the large windshields and the seating position it has a full range of vision whether you’re in the front or the back. I sat in the back yesterday just to try it out and it was enjoyable
“MTI did a great job and Rusty (Williams) and everyone at Performance Boat Center helped in making sure everything kept moving along as planned,” he added. “I can’t say enough good things about the whole team at Performance Boat Center. I’ve been boating my whole life and I still can’t get over how well PBC has treated me these last few years.”
Said Kirsten, who isn’t playing at the Lake of the Ozarks this weekend but is keeping tabs on his friend, “I am so pumped for him. We are both going to do the Performance Boat Center Spring Fun Run and MTI (25th anniversary) at the lake in our MTI cats.”
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Original article published on speedonthewater.com