Mystic Powerboats is in the business of crafting customizable high-speed offshore powerboats that elegantly blend the thrill of speed with the comforts of luxury. The M5200 is their biggest and boldest center console yet, at 52 feet long with a broad 14-foot beam. This vessel successfully marries the company's racing heritage with the pure power of Mercury outboard engines.

Above: Overhead view of the Mystic M5200. Photo courtesy of Mystic Powerboats.


The M5200 comes fitted with four Mercury Verado 600-HP V12 outboard engines. This beast can zip past 80 MPH like it's a walk in the park, and you’ll find it runs smoothly in the 70 MPH range, with a good cruising speed of around 50 MPH. Mystic also offers the M5200 with your choice of 450-HP Mercury outboards, in configurations of four, five, or six. The hull features a double-stepped design, with generously proportioned steps that provide exceptional lift and impressive weight-carrying capacity. This design allows for rapid planing, agile and smooth turning, and a seamless acceleration to its maximum speed, with no noticeable transitions along the way.

Above: Customizable outboards on the Mystic M5200. Photo courtesy of Mystic Powerboats.


The center console layout on the M5200 is crowned by a sprawling carbon-fiber hardtop, housing not one but two rows of seats at the helm – eight bucket seats in total. If you head aft, you'll discover a spacious playground with options for a grill, refrigerator, ice-maker, pull-out cooler, storage nooks, and cupholders galore. The stern flaunts a generous swim platform and an oversized sun pad that can be lifted to access the generator and Sea Keeper. And if you need a little shade, just unfurl the awning and you're good to go.

Above: Customizable seating options and luxurious finishes on the bow of the Mystic M5200. Photo courtesy of Mystic Powerboats.


For those who love the bow, you'll find three comfy loungers right in front of the console, along with plush U-shaped loungers up front, all decked out in premium upholstery. There are also tables on the floor that can be adjusted in height. These tables can be raised to the level of the sunpad, effectively transforming the entire front area into a spacious tanning spot. Alternatively, they can be elevated to dining height, making it a great place to enjoy meals on board. The details and fine finishings on this boat really add to the opulence of the passenger experience on board.

Above: Mystic M5200 underway. Photo courtesy of Mystic Powerboats.


The M5200 features a spacious cabin below deck, with an aft section ideally suited for extended weekends aboard. The forward berth easily converts into a comfortable bed, while the separate head and shower compartments provide privacy and keep the head area dry. Below deck, there is air conditioning, and for added comfort, there's even the option to air condition the cockpit. In the XLC version, the helm is shifted back four feet, creating a notably larger cabin with a walk-in aft suite. This flexibility allows for customization (which Mystic is known for), depending on the owner's preferences, whether it's a larger cockpit or a more expansive cabin area.

Mystic M5200 Specifications:

Overall Length: 52’ 0”
Max Beam: 14’ 0”
Dry Weight: 26,500 lbs
Fuel Capacity: 650 Gal
Generator Diesel Capacity: 60 Gal
Fresh Water Capacity: 125 Gal
Holding Tank Capacity: 55 Gal
Bridge Clearance: 10’ 2”

Written by: Laila Elise
Laila Elise is a former fashion model, writer, actress and entrepreneur, with an affinity for a life on the water. She has a Masters in Finance and a Bachelor's in Business Education, and has traveled extensively around the world working with top agencies and designers. She writes regularly about her passion for the sea on her blog: