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Cobalt Boats names new VP

Cobalt Boats appointed Kim Slocum as vice president of product development and engineering.

Slocum will join Cobalt with 38 years of experience in all aspects of boatbuilding and manufacturing at Nautic Global Group. He is a former president and general manager at Nautic brand Rinker.

Slocum will work with Cobalt president of product development and engineering Sean Callan and CEO Paxson St. Clair.

He will also work with the production team “to accelerate the product development process and broaden the bandwidth of the product offering and quality initiatives already in place at Cobalt,” the company said.

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