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MarineMax set to debut new models at Tampa show

MarineMax Clearwater will introduce four new models at the Tampa Boat Show.

MarineMax Clearwater will introduce four new models at the Tampa Boat Show, which opens Friday and will continue through Sunday.

On display will be the new Sea Ray Sundancer 350 Coupe, Sea Ray L590, Sea Ray Sundancer 460 and Boston Whaler 230 Outrage.

“Each of these boats represent a breakthrough in innovation, design and comfort,” MarineMax Clearwater general manager Jack Ezzell said in a statement.

“The Sundancer 350 combines stylish aesthetics, jetsetter power and optimal use of space. The 230 Outrage is a perfect fit for a family that likes to fish and play on the water. A gorgeous example of how far Sea Ray has taken luxury on the water is the Sea Ray L590, and the Sea Ray Sundancer 460 can handle a crowd with style.”

MarineMax said there also will be other new Sea Ray and Boston Whaler models to preview at its show displays.

The Tampa Boat Show will be held at the Tampa Convention Center.



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