Publisher offers Sea Ray buyer’s guide

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Ed McKnew, lead editor of the annual PowerBoat Guide, announced the publication of the Sea Ray Guide, a free digital buyer's guide for late-model Sea Rays over 24 feet in length.

“More than any other brand, Sea Ray has come to dominate today's market for late-model express cruisers and sport yachts,” McKnew said in a statement. “With the Sea Ray Guide, boaters have a comprehensive, all-in-one resource where they can compare not just the pictures and prices of various Sea Ray models, but current brokerage listings posted on the Internet's largest boat classified site.”

For those who wish to have the information available without the need for an Internet connection, the entire file can be downloaded in PDF format for a small charge.

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