Sea Ray plans new sportboat series

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Sea Ray announced that it will launch a new sportboat series featuring the latest in jet propulsion technology.

The builder is scheduled to launch a 21-foot sportboat this fall, followed shortly by a 24-foot model.

“We will leverage the world’s leading marine brand, drawing on our best-in-class product development and engineering practices, as well as our award-winning dealer network, to deliver the very best jet propulsion boats on the market,” Sea Ray Group president Robert J. Parmentier said in a statement.

“Additionally, we are proud to announce our exclusive partnership with renowned German engine manufacturer Weber Motor to build the four-stroke engines and jet propulsion that will power the all-new Sea Ray models.”

Weber Motor, which is based in Markdorf, has earned accolades for its marine, off-road and on-road engines.

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