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Correct Craft wins design award for Nautique 216V

Orlando, Fla.-based Correct Craft won a 2009 Excellence in Design Award from Trailer Boats magazine for its new Nautique 216V crossover boat.

“This boat offers a tremendous amount of innovation,” according to an excerpt from the Trailer Boats editorial feature on the boat.

“This award is further evidence that Nautique customers benefit from the best product development team in the industry,” said Correct Craft president/CEO Bill Yeargin, in a statement.

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