Mag Bay Yachts Appoints Reed Yacht Sales for Great Lakes Region

Mag Bay Yachts announced the appointment of Reed Yacht Sales as the exclusive dealer in the Great Lakes region.

With locations strategically positioned across the region, Reed Yacht Sales will represent Mag Bay in Grand Haven, MI; Lasalle, MI, and Racine, WI.

The agreement was formed with the vision of bringing the Great Lakes region the finest boat in its class. Reed Yacht Sales has ordered a new Mag Bay 33 for stock and it is set to arrive in the Great Lakes in late February, 2017.

Reed Yacht Sales owner Brent Reed commented:
“Our team is very excited to have an additional offering for discerning clients seeking the ultimate in quality. We believe the level of detail aboard the Mag Bay 33 is simply unprecedented and will be welcomed by our demanding customer base.”

With deep roots in the Great Lakes region, Reed Yacht Sales has over 50 years of experience serving the local market. The family-owned company has been a Cabo Yachts dealer since 2005 and currently offers five boat lines including Mag Bay Yachts.

About Mag Bay Yachts

Based in Adelanto, California−Mag Bay Yachts has emerged quickly as a strong player in the center console market. Led by one of the original Cabo Yachts founders, Mike Howarth, Mag Bay is setting its mission in simple yet bold words, to build the finest quality center console boat in existence.

Mag Bay’s first model is a 33′ twin stepped hull that can be configured for offshore fishing or family cruising. With a premium quality fit finish that is creating a new standard, the unique hull styling brings a refreshing take to traditional center console design.

The company recently announced plans for a 50,000 square foot factory expansion, located in California. The new factory will be built in order to drive manufacturing capacity for its 33′ model, along with adding space for larger Mag Bay models in design.

Stay tuned to hear more developments from this exciting team!

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