Hunt Yachts unveils new incentives package

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Hunt Yachts is introducing a bold sales incentive with the launch of a program that covers all recommended maintenance, winter storage and other additional services for two years after purchase — at no additional cost to the buyer.

“With this new Hunt Carefree Purchase Program, new motoryacht owners can enjoy all the appointments and excitement of Hunt ownership, along with a unique peace of mind imparted from knowing that we are taking care of their every maintenance need,” Hunt Yachts president Peter Van Lancker said in a statement.

Hunt Yachts, builder of semicustom, deep-V hull luxury yachts from 25 to 68 feet, is adding its new Hunt Carefree Purchase Program to the purchase of new Hunt 44, 52 and 68 Express and Flybridge Motoryachts.

Now owners will receive the Hunt Warranty Assurance (two years on structure and components); free comprehensive service, storage, detailing and delivery for two years; free Vessel Vanguardship log service; remote vessel monitoring and boat monitoring powered by Siren Marine; and a two-year membership to BoatUS, with its accompanying free towing feature in more than 300 ports nationwide and free roadside assistance while trailering.

“When you buy a Hunt you know you are getting the most luxurious accommodations and highest-quality construction, coupled with unprecedented attention to detail throughout each yacht,” Van Lancker said.

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