CTS Custom Trailers owner, Jason Curry, recently received his new MTI 390X catamaran and has expressed his excitement about the newest addition. After selling his previous 390X for this new custom-built cat, he was dazzled with this new boat. Curry showcased it on CTS Custom Trailer’s new tilt trailer during LOTO Powerfest at the Lake of the Ozarks. Continue reading below to learn more about his new ride!
When Jason Curry, who owns CTS Custom Trailers in Muscatine, Iowa, took the wheel of his second MTI 390X catamaran powered by twin Mercury Racing 450R engines—his second 39-footer but first new custom-built cat from the Wentzville, Mo.-based manufacturer—last weekend on Missouri’s Lake of the Ozarks, he was impressed but not “blown away.” That’s because, after selling his previous 390X last year and getting in line for a new one thanks to MTI’s dealer in South Florida, TNT Custom Marine, his expectations were pretty high.
“It is typical MTI—just killer,” said Curry, who took delivery of the 39-footer that was painted by Visual Imagination in Peculiar, Mo., a week ago Friday and had it on display that evening during LOTO Powerfest, the Offshore Powerboat Association-produced event formerly known as Lake Race. “The boat is perfect. MTI nailed the graphics and the interior; and the fit and finish overall is incredible. The boat is definitely attention-getting, which is exactly what I wanted, especially since we’re using it as a marketing tool to promote our trailers. It really is great, but that’s what I expect from the team at MTI.
Curry is going to keep the boat at Lake of the Ozarks most of the season but he’s planning to attend a handful of poker runs this summer, including the 20th anniversary Boyne Thunder Poker Run in Northern Michigan, a popular event among the MTI faithful, including Bob Kaiser, Burton Kirsten, Adam Seraphine and the Scism family that owns the company.