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MarineMax expands Whaler offerings in southwest Florida

MarineMax said it is now the exclusive Boston Whaler dealer in southwest Florida.
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MarineMax said it is now the exclusive Boston Whaler dealer in southwest Florida, with stores in Naples and Fort Myers offering new and used models from 11 to 42 feet.

As the No. 1 and No. 2 Boston Whaler selling locations worldwide, MarineMax Naples and MarineMax Fort Myers are celebrating by offering promotional prices on select Whaler models.

“Owning a legend sounds expensive. But it doesn’t have to be,” MarineMax Fort Myers store manager Ryan West said in a statement. ”For less than what most families pay for Internet and cable TV service, you can own a legendary Boston Whaler sportboat. And best of all, it is backed by the world’s largest and most trusted recreational boat dealer, MarineMax.”

MarineMax Naples is in the downtown Naples waterfront district at 1146 6th Avenue South.

“Boston Whaler sportboats are an investment in your family’s lifestyle with dividends that just won’t stop. Add all the MarineMax advantages, including MarineMax’s Getaways and an extensive calendar of seminars and classes, and you get the most return on your investment. With Boston Whaler and MarineMax you have an unbeatable combination,” MarineMax Naples store manager Jim Connor said.

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