Fishing & Boating News

Mastry Showcases Suzuki Repowers At Miami Boat Show

by: Martin Flory Group,

Two high-profile vessels are leading the way for Mastry Engine Center, Both Nor-Tech's 390CC with the first quad Suzuki 300 hp and Statement Marine's 380 SUV with triple Suzuki 300 hp will be on view and available for sea trials
Photo by Martin Flory Group
(Feb 11, 2015 - Miami, FL)

Two high-profile vessels are leading the way for Mastry Engine Center, showing customers the capabilities and durability of Suzuki propulsion in the high-performance and fishing boat markets. Both Nor-Tech's 390CC with the first quad Suzuki 300 hp and Statement Marine's 380 SUV with triple Suzuki 300 hp will be on view and available for sea trials during the Miami International Boat Show, February 12-16 at the Sea Isle Marina, C dock.

Mastry's years of experience in marine power applications combined with Nor-Tech's interest in taking advantage of the latest outboard technology led to the installation of the Suzuki 300 hp quad power. Suzuki's 2.08:1 gear ratio enables the use of larger diameter propellers, improving the overall handling, maneuverability and performance of this center console boat.

Statement Marine's 380 SUV powered by triple Suzuki 300 hp will debut at the Miami Boat Show followed by participation in the Miami, Ft. Meyers, Tampa Bay and Jacksonville poker runs. This summer the boat will be at the Texas Outlaw Challenge and Pirates of Lake Lanier poker runs, as well as Power Boats by The Bay in Sarasota, Florida. It will end the season at the Lake Cumberland and Lake of the Ozarks poker runs followed by the Key West Poker Run in November.

Suzuki RePower by Mastry, a Yanmar Company, concentrates on the growing marine repower business for all boat types as it develops due to the improved quality of fiberglass boats, their extended life cycles, and the increased price of new replacement boats. There are currently four Suzuki RePower by Mastry locations in Florida, including St. Petersburg, Cape Coral, Miami and Deerfield Beach. Within the next year, five more will be added in key markets throughout the state. In addition to boat repower, these full service facilities provide service, parts and warranty.

Mastry Engine Center, 2801 Anvil St. North, St. Petersburg, FL 33710. 727-522-9471; Fax: 727-527-7013.