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Established: 1959
Located: Knoxville, Tennessee
Construction: Fiberglass
Category: Express Cruisers, Motoryachts
Worth Noting: Sea Ray Yachts employees more than 5,000 people.
Sea Ray is the world’s largest manufacturer of pleasure boats, producing more than 40 models ranging from 18 to 68 feet. The four families of Sea Ray products include Sport Boats, Sport Cruisers, Sport Yachts, and Yachts.
Founded in 1959, Sea Ray was one of the first boat builders to use fiberglass and other high-tech composite materials in the construction of pleasure boats. The company’s continuing innovations in unique styling, performance, interior design, technical systems, and many other areas, plus many revolutionary breakthroughs in technology and quality manufacturing processes, have placed Sea Ray at the top of the world’s pleasure boat builders for over 25 years.
In 1986, Sea Ray became part of the Brunswick Corporation. Sea Ray, together with the other divisions, makes Brunswick the world’s largest producer of marine engines and boats.
Dean Anthony specializes in helping clients buy and sell used Sea Rays for sale.
Buying Your Next Sea Ray: Dean Anthony offers you the entire Sea Ray MLS, including Sea Rays for sale in other countries. You will find used Sea Ray Sundancers, Sea Ray Motoryachts, Sea Ray Express Bridges, Sea Ray Sedan Bridges and Sea Ray Aft Cabins for sale.
Selling Your Current Sea Ray: Dean Anthony would love to help you sell your Sea Ray! With a team of licensed yacht brokers in offices worldwide, Dean Anthony is ready to provide your Sea Ray Yacht with true national exposure. Dean Anthony’s comprehensive email and web marketing programs will provide your Sea Ray with global exposure in Europe, Latin America, Asia, and Australia.

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