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.

Sea Ray plans September debut of 2013 lineup

Sea Ray will unveil its 2013 lineup, including the all-new 370 Venture and 510 Sundancer, on Sept. 13 at its Knoxville, Tenn., headquarters, the company announced today. The unveiling will accompany Sea Ray’s first homecoming celebration, the company said. The 2013 lineup announcement will include VIP seating at Volunteer Landing and Marina on the Tennessee…more

Sea Ray plans new sportboat series

Sea Ray announced that it will launch a new sportboat series featuring the latest in jet propulsion technology. The builder is scheduled to launch a 21-foot sportboat this fall, followed shortly by a 24-foot model. “We will leverage the world’s leading marine brand, drawing on our best-in-class product development and engineering practices, as well as…more

Sea Ray adds to dealer network

Sea Ray Group added 20 new dealers to its network. The Brunswick Corp.-owned boatbuilder, which consists of the Sea Ray and Meridian Yachts brands, has more than 400 dealers on six continents. “With the addition of these distinguished dealerships, we continue to expand our heritage of credibility and reliability around the world,” Sea Ray Group…more

Brunswick announces job cuts at Sea Ray plant

Brunswick Boat Group laid off about 65 employees last week at its Flagler Beach, Fla., factory, which builds Sea Ray boats and other brands, Brunswick Corp. spokesman Daniel Kubera confirmed today. That accounts for more than 15 percent of the work force there, which totaled 420 before the layoff and has now dropped to about…more

Sea Ray cuts jobs at Tennessee plant

Sea Ray Boats recently cut 24 jobs at its Knoxville manufacturing plant at Forks of the River Industrial Park, the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development reported. The layoffs were effective Jan. 12, according to the state announcement. “There was a recent reduction at our Knoxville manufacturing facility due to the normal ebb and…more

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

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