Chris-Craft adds 12 dealers

Chris-Craft said it signed 12 new stocking dealerships in the United States, Canada, France and Spain.

Chris-Craft said it signed 12 new stocking dealerships in the United States, Canada, France and Spain.

They are Bayport Yacht Sales, Newport Beach, Calif.; Cape Fear Marine, Wilmington, N.C.;
Gage Marine, Williams Bay, Wis.; Hagadone Marine, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho; Jacksonville Marine, Fleming Island, Fla.; Nichol's Marine, Monkey Island, Okla.; The Marina at Lake Gage, Angola, Ind.; Viage Group, St. Petersburg, Fla.; Wayzata Marine, Wayzata, Minn; M&P Marine, Vancouver, B.C.; Inshore Yachts, Golfe Juan, France; and Nautica Palamos, Palamos, Girona, Spain.

"Chris-Craft is poised for continued growth in today's ultra-premium focused sport boat market,” vice president of sales Gavan Hunt said in a statement. “Our team has been working diligently on new product development, a supercharged marketing plan, and increased production capability — all key drivers of our continued growth. We are extremely proud to have the opportunity to work with these new dealerships, as well as our existing dealer base, as we build on the solid foundation of the Chris-Craft brand."


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