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Crevalle Boats adds Mid-Atlantic dealer

Crevalle Boats, which builds bay and center-console models, has added its first dealer in the mid-Atlantic region, Tradewinds Marina in Baltimore.

Tradewinds will offer the Crevalle 24 Bay, 26 Bay and 26 Open, all of which are powered by Mercury Verado outboards.

“Crevalle is very excited to announce this new dealer,” Chad Jaros, director of sales and marketing at Crevalle, said in a statement. “We are steadily growing our brand, and the time has arrived for us to expand out of the Southeast.”

Crevalle is based in Wildwood, Fla., and its geographic stronghold has been from Corpus Christi, Texas, to the Florida Keys and up to North Carolina on the East Coast.

Tradewinds Marina is a family-owned and operated business with more than 34 years of experience serving customers in Maryland. Located on Frog Mortar Creek off Middle River, the marina offers wet and dry storage, Travelift service, full mechanical service and brokerage boat sales.

Crevalle boats will arrive at Tradewinds in July for the 2018 model year.

“We are excited to display them at the Annapolis Boat Show in October,” said Bob Palmer and Brian Schneider, president and vice president, respectively, of Tradewinds Marina.

Often referred to as hybrid-style boats for the family, Crevalle boats have more cruising-oriented features, such as a portable head, removable coolers, cupholders and available forward cushions to complement fishing-focused accessories such as insulated live wells, lockable rod storage and electronics.

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