Scout Boats adds 20 dealers

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South Carolina-based Scout Boats announced the addition of 12 national dealers and eight international dealers to its current roster. Scout builds sportfishing boats from 17 to 53 feet.

“We’re pleased to be partnered with these outstanding dealerships,” said Scout Boats sales and marketing director Alan Lang in a statement. “As we celebrate our 30th anniversary and make the turn into the 2020 model year, these additions will help us penetrate further those important markets that will help our continued growth. Our reach is continually expanding not only across the U.S. but also into the Caribbean and overseas.”

International dealers include Droris Yachts & Services Ltd in Herzliya, Israel; ERH Marine, Corp. in La Romana, Dominican Republic; Fox Marine Sport in Gaspe, Quebec, Canada; Hurst Marina Ltd. in Ontario, Canada; Macs Marine Ltd in Gros Islet, St. Lucia; PriceMasters in San Salvador, El Salvador; Sunrise Marine in Porto Turistico, Italy; and Sunshine Coast Yamaha Pty Ltd. in Queensland, Australia.

National dealers include Anchor Boats, Inc. in North East, Md.; Goldsmith’s Boat Shop, Inc. in Southold, N.Y.; Hyannis Marina @ Outermost Harbor in Chatham, Mass.; MarineMax North Palm Beach in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.; MarineMax Wrightsville Beach in Wrightsville Beach, N.C.; Rambo Marine in Westover, Ala.; Scarecrow Boat LLC/Freedom Boat Club in Hampstead, N.C.; Seager Marine, Inc. in Canadaigua, N.Y.;

Seattle Boat Company in Bellevue, Wa.; Trexler’s Marina, Inc. in Moultonboro, N.H.; Viage Group of Naples in Naples, Fla.; and Viage Group Southwest in Fort Myers Beach, Fla.

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