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Sea Ray rolls out new 210 SLX

Sea Ray is introducing a new 210 SLX, the company announced.

Sea Ray’s SLX series includes five boats ranging in length from 21 to 30 feet, with features such as soft-touch dashboards with double-top stitching, treatments in wood, SmartCraft diagnostic instrumentation and chrome switches and levers.

Performance comes from MerCruiser engines and precision deep-vee hulls.

“Replacing the previous 210 SLX, Sea Ray’s new 210 SLX model fits right into the fleet,” Sea Ray said in a statement.

“When customers invest in a Sea Ray, they not only get one of the world’s finest pleasure boats, they also become part of the Sea Ray family, with complimentary membership in the Sea Ray Owners Club and its world of exclusive benefits and opportunities,” the company added. “Only Sea Ray can bring it all together. The best boats — like the new 210 SLX — the best programs and the best boating experience.”

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