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Brownie’s Marine Group signs deal with SeaHex

Brownie’s Marine Group was named the exclusive SeaHex distributor and dealer for Florida and the Caribbean.

Brownie’s Marine Group was named the exclusive SeaHex distributor and dealer for Florida and the Caribbean.

The SeaHex waterproof sUAV (drone) was developed for the yacht market and consumers who have lost their drones to the sea bottom.

“Brownie’s is the go-to company for yacht captains and owners when they want to enhance their yacht with the best gear, whether underwater or now, in the air. We are delighted that the SeaHex is in the very capable hands of the Brownie’s team,” SeaHex sales and promotion manager Jock West said in a statement.

“With three thriving stores in Florida and countless business relationships and services throughout the Caribbean, we are excited about bringing the SeaHex to our market,” Brownie’s president David Carmichael said.

“We are developing a service center with SeaHex in Florida that will allow our SeaHex owner to get factory-level service here and custom parts for expedition cruises,” Carmichael added.



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