History of the brand
Founded in 1980 on the north shore of Montreal, Mystere catamarans built the Mystere S-17' (a model that came from England), in the 80s. In 1989, Mystere wanted to renew its model, so the company began to design a new range of catamarans. It began with the Mystere 6.0 (20'), inspired by the Olympic Tornado model as its first creation and then in the following years the 5.0 (16') and the 5.5 (18') emerged. In 1996, the prestigious French magazine Voiles & Voiliers acclaimed Mystere’s range of catamarans as being the best in the world! The European demand increased dramatically and Mystere therefore introduced The F18 (Twister), the Cobra and 4.3 (14 ') in the late 90s.
In 2013, after 2 years of R & D, Mystere releases a new 20 'catamaran, The Espadon 20. The company hopes to completely renew its product range.
In 2015, Mystere went into the testing of a new innovative hydrofoil system, follow us on Facebook.
Since the past 35 years, Mystere has been developing catamarans to provide a unique experience to its customers while providing them with safe, high-performance boats.
''J'ai l'impression de barrer un modèle 20 pieds de AC45.
C'est le meilleur voilier que j'ai navigué.''
- François Reeves, propriétaire d'Espadon 002
''Nous allions déjà à plus de 20 noeuds, nous avions le sentiment d'être encore très loin de la limite du bateau''
- Dominic Bouchard, propriétaire d'Espadon 007