MarineMax partners with MJM Yachts in Florida

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MJM Yachts combine Down East styling and high-tech construction.

MJM Yachts combine Down East styling and high-tech construction.

MarineMax became the official dealer for MJM Yachts for the west coast of Florida and at its Stuart and Palm Beach locations.

“MJM Yachts has a history of building one of the most technologically advanced powerboats on the market today,” Brett McGill, president and CEO of MarineMax, said in a statement. “They specialize in express cruisers that are fast, stable and fuel efficient, with a strong epoxy composite construction. We see a great opportunity to showcase MJM Yachts and their products in some of the most popular boating destinations in Florida.”

MJM models are offered in 35-, 43- and 53-foot models with twin, triple and quad outboards, respectively, as well as 40- and 50-footers with Volvo Penta IPS pod drives. 


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