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Cobalt Boats adds North Carolina dealer

Cobalt Boats has announced that Off The Hook Yacht Sales, LLC, has joined the dealer team with its location in Wilmington, N.C.

Founder and president Jason Ruegg opened Off the Hook in 2012.

“Cobalt Boats is thrilled to have Off the Hook join our family,” said Cobalt Eastern U.S. sales manager Jeffrey Morales in a statement. “Jason and his team will bring a great deal of experience, professionalism and success to the coast of North Carolina. Off The Hook is known for their superior service and strong attention to detail. That’s what we look for in a Cobalt partner, and we couldn’t be happier to have them join our team.”

Ruegg said that the inspiration for Off The Hook is to “provide premier service above the competition for all of our clients in the selling, purchase, and/or trade of their boats. We continuously strive to build strong relationships.”

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