Rossiter Boats adds Florida dealer

Canadian builder Rossiter Boats said it added the Bonita Boat Center to its dealer network.
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Canadian builder Rossiter Boats said it added the Bonita Boat Center to its dealer network.

The dealership is in Bonita Springs in southwest Florida and has been in business since 1969.

“The decision to add Rossiter was very simple. I saw the boats around at various locations, and what really caught my eye was the design, the quality and the hull construction,” Bonita Boat Center owner John Gagliano said in a statement.

“The Rossiter boats have been very well received by our customers; they are unique and unlike any other boat. They’re so beautiful, that’s really the first appeal, but above all that these boats ride great.”

Ontario-based Rossiter said it is negotiating additional U.S. dealer agreements.

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