Yarmouth Boat Yard adds Seaway Boats

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The Seafarer 27 is the largest of the 11 Seaway models that Yarmouth Boat Yard will carry.

The Seafarer 27 is the largest of the 11 Seaway models that Yarmouth Boat Yard will carry.

Yarmouth Boat Yard has added Seaway Boats to its product offerings. Seaway builds downeast-style boats ranging from 18 to 27 feet including utility models, center consoles, hardtop pilothouses and cuddy cabin versions.

“We’re thrilled to expand our offerings to include the Seaway line,” said Steve Arnold, owner of Yarmouth Boat Yard, Moose Landing Marina and Freedom Boat Club of Maine, in a statement. “Our customers love the functionality and authentic look of these boats and the brand fills the growing demand we are seeing for traditional New England-style boats.”

Added Bob Bourdeau, owner of Seaway, “Yarmouth Boat Yard was a natural fit to become an authorized dealer for Seaway. Their teams have a thorough understanding of the downeast boat market and can offer customers expert guidance and support from sales through service and repair.”

Yarmouth Boat Yard is also a dealer for Eastern Boats.


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