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Dealers and Distributors

Our weekly roundup of dealers and distributors includes news from Crestliner, Sta-Lok Terminals Ltd. and Carolina Cat.

Crestliner added nine new dealers to its network. They are:

• Iron Wind Marine, Halifax, Nova Scotia

• SG Power Products, Victoria, British Columbia

• Aberdeen Sport Recreation, Aberdeen, S.D.

• Counce Marine, Memphis, Tenn.

• Winnisquam Marine, Belmont, N.H.

• American Marine & RV, Klamath Falls, Ore.

• Revolutions Power Sports, Grand Forks, N.D.

• Holiday Watersports, Wisconsin Dells, Wis.

• Riverfront Marine, Salisbury, Mass.

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Rigging hardware manufacturer Sta-Lok Terminals Ltd. appointed On Deck BV to distribute its product range in the Netherlands and Belgium.

Based in Weteringbrug, Holland, On Deck is a leading distributor of quality sailing equipment and accessories from many well-known brands, including Harken, Imhoff, Wichard, Tylaska, Baltic, Marlow, Maffioli, Blue Performance and FSE Robeline.

For information about Sta-Lok rigging hardware products, visit www.stalok.com. Boatbuilders, riggers and dealers in the Netherlands and Belgium interested in the Sta-Lok range should contact On Deck BV, +31 71 331 33 66 or allhands@on-deck.nl.

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Carolina Cat, a PowerCat Group brand, said Striper Marina of Barrington, R.I., and Taylor Marine Centers of Milford, Del., and Ocean City, Md., will carry the Carolina Cat line of power catamarans from 18 to 23 feet.

Taylor Marine Centers has an on-the-water location in Milford and a 10-acre complex in Ocean City. Taylor has been servicing the Delmarva market for more than 40 years.

Striper Marina, which also carries the Glacier Bay line built by the PowerCat Group, was established in 1959 and has a full-service marina on the Warren River in Barrington.

“We are excited that two of the best known, best established dealerships in their respective markets have chosen to represent our new Carolina Cat products. We introduced Carolina Cat two years ago to promoted growth in the catamaran segment in the 18- to 23-foot range and are pleased that Striper Marina and Taylor Marine Centers recognize this growth potential,” PowerCat Group president Andy Brown said in a statement.

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