Mastry Engine Center adds repowering facility in Florida

Bayfront Yacht Works & Marinas is the most recent certified facility.
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Mastry Engine Center's Suzuki RePower Centers are stationed around Florida to help with service and repower needs, and the company is expanding its network.

Bayfront Yacht Works & Marinas is the most recent certified facility, joining Calusa Certified Marine in Cape Coral; Mavex Corp. in Miami; and Marina One in Deerfield Beach.

"We're proud to welcome Bayfront Yacht Works as part of our group of Suzuki RePower Centers," Mastry president Kevin Carlan said in a statement. "Mastry Engine Center's 50 years of repower experience, combined with Suzuki outboard motors, enables us to offer packages designed to best fit customer needs without stretching their budget."

Bayfront Yacht Works is a full-service marine haulout, repair, restoration, dry storage and excursion center located off Little Sarasota Bay on Siesta Key.

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