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Premier Marine hosts media day for 2016 model debuts

Premier Marine is hosting a media day Aug. 4 to introduce 2016 models for Premier, Palm Beach, Weeres and Leisure pontoons.

Premier Marine is hosting a media day Aug. 4 to introduce 2016 models for Premier, Palm Beach, Weeres and Leisure pontoons at Treasure Island Resort in Red Wing, Minn.

The following boats will be on display:

Two Premier all-new for 2016 31-foot models with G2 engines; a Premier all-new for 2016 27-foot model with twin Verado 300s; a Premier 270 Intrigue with a Yamaha 250; a Premier 290 Grand View 10 feet wide with twin Suzuki 250s; two Premier 270 S-Series Atomic Packages with a Mercury Verado 350 and 400; a Premier 250 SunSation RF Atomic Package with a G2 200; a Premier 260 SunSation new model Atomic Package with a G2 200; a Premier 250 Alante with a Yamaha 250; a Palm Beach 240 Captiva with a Honda 250; a Palm Beach 240 Ultra RF with a Suzuki 200; and a Weeres 220 Eclipse RE with a Mercury 150.



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