Who bought Crownline Boats?

Who bought Crownline Boats?

Crownline Boats has been purchased and will resume production in the near future, the company announced today. Tony Zielinski, owner of Leisure Properties, and Dave Wilson, owner of Misty Harbor and Ultracraft, have joined together to purchase Crownline Boats.

Where is Crownline boats made?

Crownline Boats were originally built in a diminutive manufacturing facility located in Whittington, Illinois. The upholstery shop was situated independently in a vacant grade school physical education building. The first boat built, a 182 BR, came down the assembly line on March 25, 1991.

What is the warranty on Crownline Boats?

While most manufacturers offer two years of coverage, Crownline boats come standard with a five year guarantee on stainless steel, five years on seam separation on our upholstery and canvas, a lifetime warranty on our gauges and a five year warranty on our engines and powertrains.

Are Stingray Boats good?

Stingray Boats are generally characterized as a volume-tier brand, which means low to mid-tier pricing. They are universally considered fast boats and a rougher ride in large waves and can lead to some durability problems. They are built with precision, and the company is great with customers.

Are Crownline boats good in rough water?

We could not maintain speed through the rough water as well as in the Sea Ray, but it probably handled a little better than the Crownline. The Crownline had the toughest test because the water was roughest at the time we took it out.

Is Chaparral a good boat brand?

They are the world’s leading manufacturer of quality fiberglass boats. Chaparral has received over 48 recognitions for product excellence and earned the NMMA CSI award for excellence in customer satisfaction ten years in a row for every category of boat they make.

Are Crownline Boats good in rough water?

Do boats hold resale value?

A boat will have high resale value if you kept it clean and well maintained. A pre-owned boat will have higher resell value as the depreciation level will be lower. It’s important to keep your boat in excellent condition in order to keep the resale price high.

Can a Stingray boat go in the ocean?

Yes, deck boats can go in the ocean.