NauticStar announces sales incentives

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NauticStar makes a line of center-console boats.

NauticStar makes a line of center-console boats.

NauticStar Boats said it has partnered with Bank of the West, Boater’s Choice and Sea Tow to offer incentives to boat buyers.

In an exclusive agreement with the boat manufacturer, Bank of the West is offering retail financing options that include zero down and 90 days until the first payment with up to $70,000 financed.

Additionally, Boater’s Choice Insurance has extended coverage enhancements to NauticStar owners and is broadening the savings on a comprehensive policy. Coverage on any NauticStar boat will include $15,000 in personal effects coverage (settled on a replacement-cost basis); plus coverage for rods, reels, tackle, skis, wakeboards and permanently attached electronics.

“This promotion is exclusive to NauticStar; our competitors do not have this retail financing option,” Larry Krestan, vice president of sales and marketing for NauticStar Boats, said in a statement. “It is another great NauticStar advantage, and reduces barriers to get on the water for a full season.”

Each new NauticStar boat will come with a 95-day Sea Tow membership. 

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