Mystic's first six-person, full-canopy 50-footer was completed last week.Mystic's first six-person, full-canopy 50-footer was completed last week.

Mystic Powerboats finished its first six-person, full canopy CS5000 catamaran late last week. The boat is powered by twin 1,850-hp turbine engines. Constructed of carbon fiber—including its solethe 50-footer, which was painted with McLaren silver paint and boasts a “Ferrari-inspired” interior, weighs less than 12,000 pounds, according to John Cosker of Mystic, which is based in DeLand, Fla.

Driver's side interior detail.Driver's side interior detail.

“All six seats are done in real suede and have five-point restraints,” said Cosker. “The boat even has Ferrari F-430 vents. The owner had to send in his V.I.N. to get them.”

Co-pilot's side interior detail.Co-pilot's side interior detail.

Amenities for the $1.8 million cat include an extensive stereo system and air-conditioning.

“It’s pretty plush, actually,” said Cosker.

The boat will be based in Miami—its owner lives in Texas but has a home in South Florida—and should have its first sea trial in the next week and a half.

Like the buckets up front, the four rear seats have suede upholstery and five-point restraints.Like the buckets up front, the four rear seats have suede upholstery and five-point restraints.