Albury Brothers Boats signs deal with Sundance Marine

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Sundance Marine is partnering with Albury Brothers Boats to represent the builder’s 20-, 23- and 27-foot center consoles in six Florida locations.

Sundance will display new boats and provide transaction assistance, including trade-ins, as well as service and storage.

“The relationship between Sundance and Albury Brothers actually goes back 10 years,” Albury Brothers owner Jeff Lichterman said in a statement. “We built the third U.S. Albury Brothers 23 for one of the owners of Sundance. … We are very proud the Sundance Marine professionals sincerely believe in our boats.”

“This is not our typical dealership arrangement,” Sundance principal Mitch Milesi said. “Albury Brothers produces a limited amount of boats per year. We have patiently waited for the opportunity to partner with them. Our goal is to teach folks about the Albury Brothers design, then go out in choppy seas and let the boat do the talking.”

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