World Cat adds dealer

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World Cat has added Catawba Moorings of Port Clinton, Ohio, as a dealer.

Located on Lake Erie, the dealership was established in 1987 and offers sales and service plus 200 docks that can accommodate boats up to 60 feet long.

“We’re pleased to be partnered with this family-oriented and reputable dealerships,” said Wyatt Lane, World Cat director of sales and marketing, in a statement. “As we look to bring on more quality dealerships to add to our already outstanding team, this addition of Catawba Moorings will help us penetrate further into the Great Lakes market and help with our continued growth.”

Added Rockey Piacentino, owner of Catawba Moorings, “We’re excited about representing the World Cat brand here at our dealership. They’re a solid catamaran brand with model offerings and quality ideal for our customer base.”

World Cat is based in Tarboro, N.C., and builds outboard-powered catamarans ranging from 23 to 32 feet including several Glacier Bay Edition models.

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