Crestliner rolls out 2013 lineup changes

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Brunswick Corp.-owned Crestliner announced several improvements for its 2013 model-year offerings.

From Super Hawk and Sportsman design and feature enhancements to the introduction of the brand-new 17 Storm to Crestliner's Mod-V Storm series, Crestliner based its changes on internal testing and customer feedback.

The 17 Storm is designed with versatility and a value price in mind.

The 2013 Super Hawks are newly named as the 1650, 1750, 1850 and 1950 models with fishability in mind.

The new Sportsman series provides anglers with a rugged utility boat with a new hull design born of Crestliner's welded construction methods.

"Because our customers are the people who actually get out there and put our boats to action, they are our No.1 resource when it comes to enhancing our boats," Crestliner president Ben Cast said in a statement.

"They know the sport of fishing and what it takes to find angling success out on the water. Outstanding durability, superior construction and exceptional performance are some of the key qualities for a solid fishing boat you can count on. By listening closely to their valuable feedback our all-new 2013 Crestliner models reflect our commitment to our customers and to building strong, serious fishing boats. When it comes to wrangling in those trophy catches, rest assured we've got your back with our 2013 boat lineup."

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