Carver Yachts adds dealer in Connecticut

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Carver Yachts added Louis Marine Ltd. in Westbrook, Conn., to the Marquis and Carver Yachts dealer network.

Louis Marine has served the Northeast for more than 65 years.

Louis Bassett’s sons are third-generation boat dealers, with Tim and Mike running day-to-day operations of Louis Marine in Connecticut and Joe working at a dealership selling Carver Yachts in California.

"We are honored to have the knowledge, history and boating expertise Louis Bassett and his team at Louis Marine Ltd. bring to Carver and serving the boaters in the Connecticut metro area," Marquis Yachts president and CEO Rob Parmentier said in a statement. "With one of the newest fleets of boats on the water today, dealer partners like Louis Marine and our current global Carver dealers, we are poised to make an impact on the bridge boat market.”

"We are excited to represent Carver Yachts, continuing the long-standing tradition of selling and servicing one of the most livable, approachable yachts on the water,” Louis Marine president and owner Louis Bassett said.

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