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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.

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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