Monday, April 9, 2012

Beacon Point Marine

Join us April 21 & 22, 2012, 9am -4pm at the Greenwich Boat Show!

Beacon Point Marine is a full service clean marina, resting along the CT shoreline for over twenty years. We're a 5 Star Certified Dealer offering the finest new and pre-owned vessels. We invite you to visit us and see why so many customers return for professional service that they can rely on and trust.

Beacon Point is Offering the following Boats at the Greenwich Boat Show:

Through their history of design innovation and commitment to unparalleled performance, the Dougherty family has succeeded in creating the finest luxury family fishing boats available. With 16 models to choose from — from our 21-foot Center Console to the 35-foot Express — Everglades has every boating lifestyle covered. Innovation plus luxury, that is Everglades Boats.

Sea Fox
These precision cut CAD-designed bay boats are built to fish both inshore and nearshore waters. The design features just the right amount of freeboard that gives a low wind profile, while offering the safety and security today’s anglers demand. The boat’s reverse transom and wide beam help make these boats more stylish and stable than the competition. The innovative CAD-designed hull with downward progressive strakes and Carolina flair offer a dry ride, while the low bow rise and quick plane time can be attributed to the integrated planing pods. A stepped hull was also integrated into the design to achieve the best fuel efficiency and horsepower maximization possible.

To simply say that Scout Boats is an innovative fishing boat company would be a gross understatement. Scout has earned a reputation for being on the cutting edge of design and quality. Consider just a few of the unique design features that make a Scout a Scout.

What may look good to a designer on a drawing board may not work when it comes to the real world rigors of the marine environment. Most manufacturers lay the deck over the hull and then screw the two parts together. The flaw here is that in rough conditions, water is allowed to get between the joint and into the boat, the last place it should be. By pioneering the industry's first reverse-shoebox hull/deck design, Steve not only increased the overall strength of his hulls, but made them safer at the same time

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Time is running out please book your sea trial now, spots are limited!

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