Hacker Boat reports sales increase in 2Q

The Hacker Boat Co. said it sold nine boats during the second quarter this year.
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The Hacker Boat Co. said it sold nine boats during the second quarter this year, compared with three sales in the same period last year.

Company CEO George Badcock said that “in addition to fulfilling these new and pre-owned orders, we have several potential new builds in process. We also continue to be very encouraged by our yacht tender business; we currently have bids out for two new tenders, a 31-foot open launch and an 18-foot runabout. We also are in the final stages of an industry alliance which should prove beneficial and which we will announce when the arrangements are complete.”

Lake George, N.Y.-based Hacker builds runabouts, sport boats, yacht tenders, launches and utilities from 24 to 35 feet.

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