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Pro-Line Boats adds dealer in Thailand

Baja Marine said it signed a new international dealer partner in Thailand for Pro-Line Boats.

Powersport Maxx now offers the full line of Pro-Line fishing boats from 20 to 35 feet. The dealership is in Mueang in the capital district of Rayong Province in the southeastern part of the country.

“Thailand, with its beautiful boating waters, represents an exciting new market for Pro-Line,” Baja Marine CEO Johnny Walker said in a statement. “The owner of Powersport Maxx, Wacharin Longduriyang, is a well-known retailer of sport boats, ski boats, personal watercraft in the region, and we look forward to working with him and his team to spread the word about Pro-Line boats.”

In addition to new boats, the dealership offers parts, accessories and service work.

Baja Marine is the parent company of the Pro-Line, Baja, Donzi and Fountain boat brands.

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