Guy Harvey boat line debuting next week

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Guy Harvey Inc. and the European marine manufacturer Peer Gynt are launching a new line of 26-foot customized center consoles showcasing graphic designs by Harvey, a marine wildlife artist and conservationist.

Peer Gynt's new PG-26 Guy Harvey Series will showcase Harvey's colorful artwork featuring sailfish and dorado. The high-end custom powerboats will incorporate other luxury features to meet each buyer's requirements.

"We are excited about this new partnership, which brings a fresh concept to the U.S. boating industry," said Joseph Ierna, Jr., president of Peer Gynt USA. "Buyers can order our new PG-26 Guy Harvey Series direct from our factory and have it outfitted and rigged in our Gulf Coast facility in New Port Richey, Fla."

The PG-26 Guy Harvey Series will debut Oct. 28 at the second annual Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation Fundraising Banquet at the International Game Fish Association Fishing Hall of Fame and Museum in Dania Beach, Fla.

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