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Protector boat owners embark on Alaskan voyage

Protector USA announced the first voyage, Alaska’s Inside Passage, in its inaugural Adventure Series.

Departing today, the event will take Protector boat owners on an 800-mile excursion from Seattle to Lasqueti, British Columbia, and back in six days.

“Our Adventure Series is designed to bring Protector boat owners together for exciting on-the-water excursions that take full advantage of our boats’ performance and comfort,” said Protector USA marketing director Tiffany Pelletier-Shiebler.

“Trips like Alaska’s Inside Passage are what Protector boats were designed for,” she added. “This breathtaking journey will take only six days and offer a remarkable on-the-water experience, letting owners get the most out of their Protector and helping to foster community among our boat owners.”

Based in Oakland, Calif., Protector USA offers a full line of multipurpose, high-performance recreational and custom commercial sportboats engineered and built by Auckland, New Zealand-based Rayglass.

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