Marquis and Carver Yachts add Florida dealer

Marquis and Carver Yachts return to the west coast of Florida with the addition of the Tom George Yacht Group in Dunedin.
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Marquis and Carver Yachts return to the west coast of Florida with the addition of the Tom George Yacht Group in Dunedin.

Tom George Yacht Group was founded in 2009 and it has 144 wet slips and more than 250 high and dry slips.

"The addition of Marquis and Carver Yachts to the TGYG product offering allows us to expand on the success of our current brands and serve our respective boating market with a greater range of bridge and coupe motoryachts with features and benefits that are roomy, livable and affordable," Tom George Yacht Group president Tom George said in a statement.

“We are honored to be the dealer entrusted with bringing the Carver and Marquis brands back to a position of prominence along the west coast of Florida and offer our boating community these very approachable and big-water, cruising boats,” he said.

"Having worked with and knowing Tom for many years, I am excited to have he and his team be the dealer to sell and service the Carver and Marquis owners along this important west coast of Florida," Marquis and Carver Yachts president and CEO Rob Parmentier said.

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