Dometic Marine offers rebates to Sandy victims

Author:
Updated:
Original:

Dometic Marine is helping owners of boats damaged by Hurricane Sandy by handing them special deals.

Dometic’s dealer network is offering rebates on replacement HVAC systems and toilet systems to owners of boats hit by the devastating October storm.

Details about the rebates have been available at several Northeast boat shows, including the Atlantic City (N.J.) Boat Show, which continues through Sunday at the Atlantic City Convention Center, to let affected boat owners know about the program.

“We felt very strongly that it was important to show our support to the boat owners who were affected by Hurricane Sandy,” Dometic vice president of aftermarket sales Ken Taranto said in a statement. “We are offering substantial discounts, which we will judge individually on a case-by-case basis.”

Dometic also made a cash donation to help raise $50,000 for the Hurricane Sandy Fund, sponsored by Kellogg Marine. The funds will go strictly to boat dealers, marinas and boatyards.

Dometic employees helped the cause by donating coats, sweaters and blankets to people in New Jersey who are struggling from the effects of Sandy.

Click here for the full release.

Related

ABYC to Publish Largest-Ever Standards Manual

The nonprofit is offering pre-orders until June 18 of its updated standards manual, with a publication date of July 31.

Furuno, Simrad Add SiriusXM Fish Mapping Suite

The subscription-based service offers offshore anglers a suite of technology with which to locate and catch more fish.

Mercury Racing Awards Scholarships

The engine manufacturer looks to grow the next generation of skilled workers with its annual scholarship program.

Vision Marine, Hellkats to Attempt E-Boat Speed Record

A Hellkats 32-foot Widebody equipped with Vision Marine’s E-Motion powertrain will try to be the fastest electric boat in its category.

Grand Banks Operations Remain Halted

The announcement follows the Malay government order extending movement restrictions to curb the spread of Covid-19.

OneWater Marine to Acquire N.J.'s Stone Harbor Marina

The acquisition further expands OneWater’s reach in the Northeast.