Dealers and Distributors


Nauset Marine is celebrating its 50th year of providing marine products and services to Cape Cod, Mass.

Local charities will be at the business July 23 to celebrate, with activities that include live music, raffle drawings, food and a dunk tank. More than 30 non-profit organizations also will be there.

“It feels great to know that we have been servicing the town of Orleans since 1961. The relationships we have with this community are exceedingly strong and we look forward to another great 50 years,” CEO Dawson Farber III said in a statement.

The celebration will be held regardless of the weather. All of the events are free and open to the public.

Nauset Marine is the exclusive Cape dealer for Boston Whaler, Eastern Boats and Hurricane Deck Boats and is the builder of the Nauset Custom line.


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