Mystique 48 CC First Look


Overall length: 48 ft; Beam: 15 feet; Weight: 30,000 lbs (with motors); Draft: NA; Transom Deadrise: 19 degrees; Fuel capacity: 600 gallons. (standard), 750 gal (optional); Max HP: 2,400 hp; MSRP: N/A
Computer rendering courtesy of Mystique Boatworks

North Carolina-based Mystique Boatworks will hit the market this fall with its first model, the Mystique 48 CC, a custom outboard-powered luxury sport fisherman. Hull #1 will incorporate cold molded wooden boat techniques, with each subsequent model featuring composite materials and technology.

Designed by Jim Luxton, co-founder of Jarrett Bay Boatworks, the 48 CC will feature 19 degrees of deadrise at the transom and progress 24 degrees forward for easier steering. The 48-footer will feature a 15-foot beam and a gyrostabilizer for roll stability in rough seas.

Mystique 48 CC Front Quarterback
The Mystique 48 CC will feature classic Carolina sportfishing styling with a wide bow flare and a broken, fast shear.
Computer rendering courtesy of Mystique Boatworks

The renders depict the Carolina’s beautiful styling with a broken sweeping shear, wide arc flare, classic tumbling in the rear quarters and sculpted full outboard support. Power will come in the form of quadruple 600hp Verado V-12 Mercury outboards with contra-rotating propellers. The company lists the standard fuel capacity at 600 gallons with a 750 gallon capacity available as an option. There is also a 75 gallon diesel fuel tank to power a marine generator. Mystique estimates the 30,000 pound boat will reach a top speed of over 60 mph.

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Mystique 48 CC with quad outboard
The new Mystique 48 CC will be powered by 600hp Mercury quadruple Verado V-12 outboards with contra-rotating propellers. The company estimates a top speed of over 60 mph.
Computer rendering courtesy of Mystique Boatworks

Mystique plans to offer the 48 CC bespoke, with each boat personalized to the wishes of the buyer. The concept render shows doors on both sides of the aft cockpit, a pair of 40-gallon transom livewells, and raised mezzanine seating aft of the helm chairs. A lounge for two adorns the forward console. The center console blends seamlessly with the hardtop, and a three-sided tempered glass windshield protects the helm area. In the center console is ample space to incorporate custom overnight amenities such as a berth, galley, head and shower. Pricing was not available at press time.

In this video from Mystique Boatworks, members of the company’s design and engineering team describe the concept of the 48 CC and the thinking behind it. Courtesy of Mystique Boatworks


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