Baja Marine adds Pro-Line dealer in Florida

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Baja Marine, parent company of the Pro-Line, Baja, Donzi, and Fountain boat brands, signed Hernando Beach Marina in Hernando Beach, Fla., as a dealer.

The dealership now offers the full line of Pro-Line fishing boats from 20 to 35 feet and will sell models from the Donzi and Fountain lines.

“Pro-Line is an excellent fit for our area because the original factory was located a half hour from us in Citrus County,” Hernando Beach Marina sales manager Terry Undestad said in a statement. “Everyone around here knows and loves Pro-Line, so we are really excited to get these great boats back.”

Hernando Beach Marina was recently named the No. 1 marina for the second straight year by Hernando Today, the local daily newspaper that serves Hernando County. The marina is 100 miles due west of Orlando on the Gulf of Mexico.

“We are a new Pro-Line dealer and serve Hernando, Pasco, Sumter, Citrus, Gilchrist, Levy and Dixie counties,” Undestad said. “We are a full-service marina with a dockside Tiki bar/restaurant and a high-and-dry barn that holds 90 boats, and in addition we have 25 wet slips. We are under construction with a $1 million renovation that will add additional dry storage and state-of-the-art service department, and that should be ready by late spring 2015.”

“We’re very pleased to welcome Hernando Beach Marina as our dealer partner,” said Johnny Walker, CEO of Baja Marine. “Pro-Line has a long history in the area, and our models are perfect for both its offshore and its inshore waters. This is an ideal territory to sell and service our entire range of Pro-Line boats, as well as our Donzi and Fountain brands.”

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