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Cruisers Yachts expands Miami show presence

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Cruisers Yachts is increasing its presence in Miami this year with displays at the Miami International Boat Show and its first-ever presence on Collins Avenue at the Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami Beach.

The company’s lineup includes the limited-edition 328 South Beach and the 45 Cantius Black Diamond.

“With several new products to show off in the 30- to 50-foot range, we look forward to the increased real estate on Collins Avenue,” Cruisers Yachts vice president of sales Dan Zenz said in a statement. “Whether you visit us indoors or outdoors, you won’t be disappointed with what’s new at Cruisers Yachts.”

In the water along Collins Avenue between ramps 15 and 16, Cruisers will feature:

* New 328 Bowrider South Beach Limited Edition

* New 390 Express Coupe

* New 540 Sports Coupe with exclusive metallic silver paint

* New 45 Cantius Black Diamond Limited Edition

* 41 Cantius

* 48 Cantius

Inside the Miami Beach Convention Center, the builder will display:

* New 390 Express Coupe

* 328 Bowrider

* 298 Bowrider

* 258 Bowrider

* 238 Bowrider

Cruisers will present the models in partnership with HMY Yachts, a family-owned dealership with 10 locations in Florida and South Carolina.

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