Sea Ray L590 will debut at Cannes show

Sea Ray will have a larger display this year at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2016 in September and will debut its latest L-Class model.
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Europe will get its first look at Sea Ray’s L590 at the Cannes Yachting Festival.

Europe will get its first look at Sea Ray’s L590 at the Cannes Yachting Festival.

Sea Ray will have a larger display this year at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2016 in September and will debut its latest L-Class model — the L590 — for the European market.

“We’re thrilled to introduce the L590 at the Cannes Yachting Festival,” Sea Ray boat group director of international yacht sales Luca Brancaleon said in a statement. “There’s no better stage for a debut of this caliber than Cannes. Since last year’s show, when we debuted the flagship L650 Fly, the L-Class has been met with tremendous acclaim. Adding the L590 to the fleet further rounds out the premium selection we’re able to offer to boaters.”

Other new Sea Ray models also will be available for visiting and testing during the Sept. 6-11 show. Among them are the new 400 Sundancer, the 510 Fly and 510 Sundancer.

“Each year, the Cannes Yachting Festival draws the most discerning boaters from around the world,” said Scott Ward, Sea Ray senior vice president of sport yacht and yachts. “We’re pleased to be introducing our newest L-Class model, the L590, here at Cannes — the perfect location to demonstrate both the depth and breadth of our phenomenal lineup.”

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