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38' mti mark godsey © speed on the water

Speed On The Water © 2013

It’s safe to Mark Godsey’s first South Florida poker run was a memorable one. The Chattanooga, Tenn., resident took delivery of his all-new 38′ MTI catamaran after his boat, dubbed Project Mayhem, caught the attention of thousands of boaters throughout the five-day Miami International Boat Show earlier this month.

“MTI has always been my dream boat so when Scott called me with the opportunity, we talked some numbers and decided to take a trip to MTI,” Godsey said. “After I met with Randy and the rest of the MTI team, it was a no-brainer. They were so accommodating. And for Randy to spend the time with me in Miami like he did, that meant a lot. To sit next to the guy who builds and races these boats was awesome. MTI exceeded my expectations to say the least.”

The first time Godsey saw the boat in person was at the Miami show. He had seen pictures throughout the build process.

“Once I saw all the details, the phenomenal paint job and all the lights on, I was blown away with how well it turned out,” he said. “It was so awesome to see the boat displayed like that. And to have so many people tell me the boat was one of their favorites at the show and at the poker run was such a great feeling.”

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Source:; Jason Johnson; February 28, 2013.