MarineMax adds Sea Pro boats at Florida store

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MarineMax will display the latest models from Sea Pro at its Venice, Fla., store.

Original Sea Pro owner Jimmy Hancock teamed with Preston Wrenn, founder of Tidewater Boats, to resurrect the Sea Pro brand. The new Sea Pro will deliver seven new models in 2016.

“We are excited to have these brand-new models that have just arrived at the store,” MarineMax Venice general manager Aaron Kramer said in a statement. “We now have the Sea Pro 208 Bay and 228 Bay models, along with the deep-vee, center console 239. And we have several more models on their way. These are premium boats that are exceptionally well priced.”

The new models will be built in a recently renovated 200,000-square-foot facility in Whitmire, S.C.

“As we move into spring and the weather is getting warmer, this new generation of center console fishing boats from Sea Pro that they are dubbing ‘the Next Wave’ are perfect for fishing enthusiasts to get into a new boat at a great price,” Kramer said. “I think our biggest concern with this new line is that they will sell so well we will have trouble keeping them in stock.”

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