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Godfrey, Sea Legs form partnership

Sea Legs Inc. has formed an OEM partnership with Godfrey Marine to supply its patented, built-in lift system that attaches to the underside of the pontoon boat.

"This agreement is definitely a win-win for the marine industry," said Sea Legs CEO John Holb, in a statement. "For consumers, ordering Sea-Legs as a factory add-on at the point of purchase saves them significant time and hassle."

For Godfrey, the partnership fits its mission of "providing unparalleled quality and convenience for dealers and boat owners," said Steve Tadd, marketing director for Nautic Global Group, in a statement.

"We have a diverse set of customers with unique boating needs," Tadd continued. "Sea-Legs will provide Godfrey customers with a revolutionary option that will enhance their boating experience."

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