Nautique plans product announcement next week

Nautique said today that it will “once again change the game in towed watersport.”

Nautique said today that it will “once again change the game in towed watersport.”

“On July 17th, Nautique will announce the next evolution in watersports,” Nautique president Greg Meloon said in a statement. “Be sure to stay tuned for more information leading up to our launch event as we introduce the world to something beyond your wildest dreams.”

Correct Craft is the owner of Nautique Boat Company, Aktion Parks, Pleasurecraft Marine Engine Co., Bass Cat and Yar-Craft.

Those interested can sign up to receive more information and updates, receive a VIP pass to the launch event or watch a live webcast starting at 8:15 p.m. on July 17 at


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