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Boatzon Forms Partnership with Trident Funding


Online boat and marine retailer Boatzon announced a partnership with Trident Funding, a leading originator of boat, RV and aircraft loans.

“Our goal is to provide boat buyers the best financial offers, the lowest rates, and an easy shopping experience,” Bryan Lenett, CEO of Boatzon, said in a statement. “Our partnership with Trident Funding strengthens our customer offerings and increases our lending opportunities for new and used boat sales.”

Using the Boatzon online platform, consumers can browse, finance, insure and arrange delivery of a boat and marine products. According to the company, its platform is unique to the boating industry and allows buyers to choose finance offers from multiple banks.

Boatzon customers now have access to financing options and competitive rates for boats up to $10 million.

“This partnership…allows us to increase our intake of boat dealers that specialize in high price boats and yachts. We are excited to further work with Trident Funding on new offerings and solutions for our boating community,” added Michael Muchnick, COO and co-founder of Boatzon.


Boatzon said its proprietary pre-qualification will pre-approve a buyer and display lender offerings without impacting a consumer’s credit score.

Mark Breeden, president of Trident Funding, said, “We’ll be able to leverage our deep experience in the marine lending markets to provide buyers with the most efficient and diverse direct loan options available. In this competitive lending environment, we look forward to getting customers out on the water quickly and with the most favorable loan terms possible.”


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