Regulator Marine adds Florida dealer

Regulator Marine said it added the Bonita Boat Center to its domestic dealer network.
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Regulator Marine said it added the Bonita Boat Center to its domestic dealer network as the sportfishing boat builder continues its expansion on Florida’s southwest coast.

Regulator said the Bonita Boat Center, which is in Bonita Springs, will take delivery of its first Regulator in early November in time to launch the line as part of its offering at the Nov. 17-20 Fort Myers Boat Show.

“We are thrilled to have the Bonita Boat Center join the Regulator family,” Regulator Marine president Joan Maxwell said in a statement. “As true professionals who share our dedication to quality, we are really looking forward to working with their team as we grow our dealer network in key areas around the U.S.”

“Regulator builds a super-versatile boat that is perfect for Florida, where boaters can go out on the water 365 days a year,” said John Gagliano, owner of the Bonita Boat Center, which has been in business for more than 30 years. “Not only is it a great center console for avid fishermen, but it’s also a great cruiser for the family.”

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