Sea Ray congratulated its dealership network for a successful 2015, a year that included the introduction of several new boats, including the new L590, 400 Sundancer and 400 Fly, and the announcement of a new revitalized Sea Ray Owners Club.
Sea Ray builds more than 35 models of fiberglass boats, including sportboats from 19 to 30 feet, sport cruisers from 24 to 37 feet, sport yachts from 41 to 51 feet and yachts from 52 to 61 feet. Founded in Detroit in 1959 by C.N. Ray, the company was bought by Brunswick Boat Group in 1986 and is based in Knoxville, Tenn. With nine manufacturing facilities around the world, the company has about 450 dealers on six of the world’s seven continents.
Five new Sea Ray sportboat models made their global premiere last week at the New York Boat Show, including four new SLX models and an addition to the Sundeck line.
Sea Ray’s 400 Sundancer will make its European debut in January at the Dusseldorf International Boat Show.
Sea Ray will debut its new 400 Fly at the Nov. 5-9 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
Vandals spread roofing nails on a road near a Sea Ray plant in Florida last week and 50 of the boatbuilders’ employees suffered tire damage.
Sea Ray will debut its 400 Sundancer in November at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
Sea Ray will unveil the L Class at the Sept. 8-13 Cannes Yachting Festival for its European debut, launching a multi-year investment in the region.
Sea Ray, which conducted an East Coast tour last summer for the L650 Fly, held a tour this year for the L590, the latest addition to the L-Class fleet.
The Webasto Thermo and Comfort North America’s Series 120 Marine Sunroof is a standard feature on the Sea Ray L590’s Express and Coupe versions.
A lengthy backlog on larger new Sea Ray products, such as the 650 Fly flagship boat introduced at the Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami Beach in 2014, has made money for Sea Ray dealers and parent company Brunswick Corp.