Florida builder debuts line of bay boats

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Florida-based Littoral Marine released the Crevalle Boats brand of bay boats.

Crevalle will enter the market with two new models, the 23 Bay and the 25 Bay. Both will have an 8-foot, 6-inch beam and a 12-inch draft.

“The success of Crevalle is intrinsically dependent upon using the highest-quality components from the best suppliers and mating that with the highest levels of engineering and quality in construction,” company president Nick Engels said in a statement.

“Only by leveraging the talents of our employees, suppliers and dealers can we truly build a world-class product. We have combined those talents with a passion for inshore fishing and the coastal lifestyle to produce the world’s finest bay boats.”

Crevalle will open its doors to the retail market with the following dealers:

• Nunmaker Yachts, Madisonville, La.

• Louisiana Boat Sales, Covington, La.

• Yamaha Marine Center of Jacksonville, Orange Park, Fla.

• Still Waters Marine, Belleview, Fla.

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