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Nautical Ventures named Blackfin distributor

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Blackfin Boats has selected Nautical Ventures, based in Dania Beach, Florida, as the official distributor for its recently resurrected line of classic offshore fishing boats in Broward County, according to a statement released by Charles Marshall, co-chairman of Blackfin Boats.

This will be Nautical Ventures fourth experience launching reborn boat lines, according to CEO Roger Moore.

“We’re excited to have Blackfin in our quiver of boat brands,” Moore said. “The relaunch is being brilliantly planned and executed, with the grand unveiling happening this November at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.”

Nautical Ventures offers SUPs, kayaks, luxury tenders and boats at locations in both Broward and Palm Beach counties.

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