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Crestliner debuts Retriever Jon series

Crestliner unveiled a new series of Retriever Jon boats, the company announced.

The five-model lineup consists of the 1546, 1650, 1756, 1860 and 2070 Retriever Jon. The boats feature all-aluminum construction, with no wood.

“Crestliner has a long history of making products tailor-made for active sportsmen, and the all-new Retriever Jon series is another shining example,” company president Ben Cast said in a statement “These boats give hunters, anglers and those who work on the water everything they need and nothing they don’t — all on a stable, durable platform that fits into practically any budget.”

Retriever Jon models are available with a host of options for customization. Side console steering is available in place of standard tiller configurations on all models.

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