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Wisconsin builder adds pontoon line

Northport Marine, the Gillett, Wis., manufacturer of MirroCraft boats, is entering the pontoon market.

The new Montego Bay line will be unveiled at the company’s September dealer meeting, according to Northport Marine vice president of sales and marketing Tim Allen.

“Montego Bay pontoons will be a great addition to our existing aluminum boat line,” Allen said in a statement. “We will be targeting the entry level, price-conscious buyer to start with and plan to grow from there.”

A new website at www.montegobaypontoons.com will be up soon, the company said.

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