Protector boat owners embark on Alaskan voyage

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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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