MarineMax touts display at Fort Myers show

MarineMax Fort Myers said it is debuting the most new models from Sea Ray and Boston Whaler in the history of the Fort Myers Boat Show
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MarineMax Fort Myers said it is debuting the most new models from Sea Ray and Boston Whaler in the 43-year history of the Fort Myers Boat Show, which opened Thursday and runs through Sunday.

“You can contact MarineMax to schedule a private showing of Sea Ray’s flagship, the L650, or any yachts in our impressive and expanded lineup,” MarineMax Fort Myers general manager Ryan West said in a statement.

“We are really excited about the true luxury and performance delivered by Sea Ray’s impressive 2016 L-Class yacht lineup. Sea Ray designed refined luxury into this world-class yacht range that is truly awe-inspiring.”

Serving the City of Palms for more than 25 years, MarineMax recently acquired the only full-service marina in Fort Myers, which spans 24 acres on the Caloosahatchee and is being renovated.

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