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HF Marine adds new U.S. dealers

HF Marine, the U.S. and Caribbean distributor for Highfield aluminum-hulled inflatable boats, said it added 17 dealers to its network.
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HF Marine, the U.S. and Caribbean distributor for Highfield aluminum-hulled inflatable boats, said it added 17 dealers to its network.

The new dealers are: Marita Sea & Ski, Anchorage, Alaska; Lower Peninsula, Homer, Alaska; Sal’s Inflatables, Alameda, Calif.; Louis Marine, Westbrook, Conn.; Lifeline Marine Services, Cape Canaveral, Fla.; Suncoast Inflatables, Clearwater, Fla.; Nautical Ventures, Dania, Fla.; A Sailor’s Place, Stuart, Fla.; Nautical Ventures, West Palm Beach, Fla.; MacDougalls’, Falmouth, Mass.; Ryan Marine Service, Marblehead, Mass.; Baert Marine, Middleton, Mass.; Brewer South, Freeport, Maine; Dinghy Concepts, St. Clair Shores, Mich.; McCotter Marine, Oriental, N.C.; Sandy Hook Yacht Sales, Sandy Hook, N.J.; and Marlon Distributors, Tacoma, Wash.

“We are happy to welcome these prestigious new dealers to our U.S. network,” HF Marine manager Domenico Fossati said in a statement.

With the additions, HF Marine said it now has 32 U.S. dealers and covers the largest marine markets in 16 states.

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