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Albemarle Boats adds Mid-Atlantic dealer

Bluewater Yacht Sales has more than 50 sales associates in 10 locations on the East Coast.
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Sportfishing boat builder Albemarle Boats named Bluewater Yacht Sales as its exclusive sales and servicing dealer for Maryland, Virginia, and North and South Carolina.

“We are excited to have such a quality company join our dealer network,” Abermarle general manager Burch Perry said in a statement. “For nearly 50 years Bluewater Yacht Sales has fostered many strong relationships throughout the Mid-Atlantic. Their numerous locations and top-notch sales team make them the premier choice to sell our boats and take care of our customers.”

Serving the marine industry since 1968, Bluewater Yacht Sales has more than 50 sales associates in 10 locations on the East Coast.

"Our new-boat sales model is dedicated to representing only the finest brands,” Bluewater president Jan Boone said. "We are confident that with the strong backing of Murphy Alternative Investments and the immense knowledge base that has gone into delivering 3,600 boats, our partnership with Albemarle Boats will provide us with many more opportunities to deliver the best of boating."

Located in Edenton, N.C., Edenton Boatworks LLC is a recently formed company of Murphy Alternative Investments. It is the parent company of Albemarle Boats.

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