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MarineMax set to roll out new models at New Jersey show

MarineMax said it will present new 2016 models Oct. 1-4 at the 31st Atlantic City Boat Show.

MarineMax said it will present new 2016 models Oct. 1-4 at the 31st Atlantic City Boat Show that have never been seen at a New Jersey boat show.

New models from Sea Ray, Meridian, Scout and Sailfish will make their New Jersey debut at the in-water show.

“We have a great lineup of new 2016 models and some great year-end savings on new 2015 models that will be available during the show,” MarineMax Brick general manager Matthew Cini said in a statement.

“Attendees will be some of the first to get onboard the new Sea Ray 400 and 510 Sundancers or Sea Ray 510 Fly. We will also be showing the incredibly versatile Sailfish 325 Dual Console that is new for 2016.”

The show is located at the Farley State Marina adjacent to the Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino.

“This is a great opportunity to buy a new Sea Ray, Meridian, Scout or Sailfish,” Cini said. “We are clearing out the new 2015 models, making room for the arriving 2016 models. And when you purchase a new boat from MarineMax at the show, you have the option to have MarineMax store your new boat and receive a full delivery orientation in the spring.”


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