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Dealers and Distributors

Our weekly roundup of dealers and distributors includes news from Campion Marine and Vanquish Boats.

Campion Marine recently added 10 dealerships.

They are: A&E Racing & Marine of Brooks, Alberta; Banner Recreation & Marine of Kelowna; Bowridge Sports of Cochrane, Alberta; Foster’s RV & Trailer Sales of Dawson Creek, B.C.; New Age Motorsports of Weyburn, Saskatchewan; Norm’s Boating Centre of Thunder Bay, Ontario; Tru North RV & Marine of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan; Windsor Motors of Grande Prairie, Alberta; Winterland Sales & Service of Chenoa, Ill.; and Prodimpex Sarc of Gombe Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo.

“We look forward to having these great dealers join the Campion family,” Campion president Brock Elliott said in a statement. “It is always our goal to provide our dealers with the best quality products and the support to back them up.”

Campion is a family-owned business that is nearing its 40th year of production. It builds Chase high-performance boats, Explorer sport-utility boats, Allante runabouts and cruisers, Svfara wake and surf tow boats, Infinyte alternate energy boats and the soon-to-be-released Biltmore “Fibertoon” pontoon line.

Campion builds 56 models of boats that range from 9 to 30 feet and markets and sells them through a dealer network in more than 30 countries.

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Vanquish Boats announced the addition of Boston Yacht Sales to its network of dealers. Since 1953, BYS has represented sportfish and cruising lines from 24 to 100 feet and it features select used and brokerage yachts.

It has two locations offering service and marina facilities: the 200-slip Tern Harbor Marina 12 miles south of Boston and MacDougalls' Cape Cod Marine in Falmouth, which serves as a gateway for Cape Cod and the islands. It also has authorized service affiliates throughout the region, including Manchester Marine, Brewer Yacht Yards, Kingman Marine and Burr Bros.

Leading the family-owned business is Michael Myers, a certified professional yacht broker and a past president and past board member of the Yacht Brokers Association of America. Its professional sales team actively participates in the YBAA, The Cape Cod Marine Trades Association, the International Yacht Council and the Florida Yacht Brokers Association.

“At Vanquish it is our mission to build boats to the highest standards of quality and performance,” company president Morgan Huntley said in a statement. “We look for the same dedication to sales and service in our dealer partners. Adding a successful dealer like Boston Yacht Sales to our network guarantees that our customers continue to have the best possible sales and service experience.”

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