MarineMax will debut Sea Ray model in Houston

MarineMax said today that it will debut the new Sea Ray SLXW at the Houston Boat Show.
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MarineMax said today that it will debut the new Sea Ray SLXW at the Houston Boat Show at the NRG Center in January.

Sea Ray said in a statement that the SLXW is a “revolutionary new sport boat unlike any other that you have experienced. Luxury fit and finish, superior ride and handling, innovative hull design and cutting-edge propulsion technology will come together to elevate your time on the water into something totally new — and totally thrilling.”

MarineMax said it also will display the latest models from brands that include Boston Whaler, Grady-White, Scout, Scarab Jet Boats, Supreme and Harris Pontoons.

The Houston show, which runs from Jan. 6-15, spotlights more than 1,000 boats and RVs with hundreds of fishing, sport, travel, outdoor gear and art exhibits.

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