Boating introductory seminars introduced

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Boatboy Marine Training created BLISS, a boating lifestyle introductory seminar series geared toward those who have never been boating.

The program offers prospective boaters an opportunity to learn about the aspects of boat buying, followed by hands-on learning on the water.

"BMT has been training new and novice boaters for over 10 years and we're experts at on-the-water instruction. In short, we know how to bring people in to boating," said founder and president Capt. Russ Cohen. "BLISS is an affordable, safe, fun way to experience the boating lifestyle with no pressure to buy."

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