Scout Boats adds nine dealers

Scout Boats recently added four national dealers and five international dealers to its current roster.
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Scout Boats recently added four national dealers and five international dealers to its current roster.

“We’re pleased to be partnered with these outstanding dealerships,” Scout Boats marketing and sales director Alan Lang said in a statement. “As we make the turn into our 28th 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.”

The domestic dealers are Johnson Marine & Supply in California; MarineMax Connecticut; MarineMax Dallas; and MarineMax North Palm Beach.

International dealers are Bulgar Boats Bulgaria; Maple City Marine in Ontario, Canada; Offshore Marine in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands; Royal Yachts in Buenos Aires, Argentina; and Yamaha Engines Ltd. in Kingston, Jamaica.

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