Sea Ray

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.

Publisher offers Sea Ray buyer’s guide

Ed McKnew, lead editor of the annual PowerBoat Guide, announced the publication of the Sea Ray Guide, a free digital buyer’s guide for late-model Sea Rays over 24 feet in length. “More than any other brand, Sea Ray has come to dominate today’s market for late-model express cruisers and sport yachts,” McKnew said in a…more

Sea Ray rolls out new 210 SLX

Sea Ray is introducing a new 210 SLX, the company announced. Sea Ray’s SLX series includes five boats ranging in length from 21 to 30 feet, with features such as soft-touch dashboards with double-top stitching, treatments in wood, SmartCraft diagnostic instrumentation and chrome switches and levers. Performance comes from MerCruiser engines and precision deep-vee hulls.…more

Sea Ray Owner Club plans event in the Bahamas

The Sea Ray Owners Club is holding BahamaFest 2012 from June 24-27 at the Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island. BahamaFest 2012 will feature multiple VIP events. In addition, all Sea Ray owners will receive discounted resort rates. MarineMax will be running a rendezvous in conjunction with the event for customers who want to have their…more

Sea Ray dealer meeting set for Tennessee

Sea Ray Boats will welcome hundreds of people from around the world next week to its headquarters in Knoxville, Tenn., where the company unveils its 2012 lineup of boats and yachts, including the new 190 Sport and 410 Sundancer. This two-day event, which begins Tuesday, is expected to draw more than 250 boat sellers from…more

Sea Ray cuts jobs at Tennessee plant

Sea Ray Boats laid off 17 people on July 14 at its operation in Forks of the River Industrial Park in East Knox County, according to an announcement from the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development reported in the Knoxville News Sentinel. “These recent actions are the result of the traditional ebb and flow…more

Sea Ray seeks new Aquapalooza promoter

Sea Ray’s Aquapalooza signature event has been so successful the company is no longer able to produce it, vice president of marketing Rob Noyes told Soundings Trade Only. “It’s been such a success that it’s absolutely outgrown our capabilities — we’re not promoters; we’re boatbuilders and we’re in the boating business,” Noyes said. “We’re looking…more

Sea Ray signs three-year deal with KVH

Sea Ray named KVH Industries its exclusive satellite partner for the next three years. “We chose KVH as our exclusive supplier of satellite television receivers, fully stabilized antennas and corresponding hardware because the TracVision products are far superior to competing options for both reception and reliability,” said Joe Cacopardo, director of marketing for Sea Ray,…more

Sea Ray dealers head top 100 list

Brunswick brands are well represented on an annual ranking of the best dealers in North America. The list takes into consideration overall business operations, customer service, professionalism and all of the winning characteristics that go along with these traits, according to the publishers. The ranking was announced Nov. 17 by Boating Industry magazine at the…more

Sea Ray plants lengthen year-end furlough

Employees at Sea Ray’s plants in Knoxville and Vonore, Tenn., were told Thursday that the company is extending its normal end-of-the-year furlough at those facilities, Brunswick spokesman Dan Kubera confirmed to Soundings Trade Only. Typically, production furloughs are taken around Thanksgiving, and then again at the end of the year. This year, the Knoxville plant…more

Sea Ray cuts jobs at Tennessee plant

Sea Ray Boats laid off 18 workers at a plant in Forks of the River Industrial Park in East Knox County, the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development said Tuesday. The layoffs were effective July 15, the Knoxville News Sentinel reports. Brunswick has in recent years reduced its Knoxville-area Sea Ray work force and…more

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