Pride Marine Group is proud to announce that they have been awarded the Centurion and Supreme boat lines for all of Ontario. 

This is an exciting time for Pride Marine Group as they represent these new boat lines moving into the 2016 season. 

The addition of Centurion Boats and Supreme Boats will complement the Nautique Boats line-up and provide a wide range of options in the ski/wake/surf categories in the marketplace.

Paul Nickel, President and CEO of Pride Marine Group states “The addition of Centurion Boats and Supreme Boats represent continued growth for Pride Marine Group and ultimately provide us with more opportunities to better serve our customers.” We will have a vast inventory Of Centurion and Supreme boats moving into 2016, and will formally debut the line-ups at the 2016 Toronto International Boat Show. 

Earlier this year Correct Craft (the parent company of Nautique) acquired Centurion and Supreme. Correct Craft also purchased PCM Motors this year, and all three of our towboat lines will be powered by PCM - the leading engines in the watersports market. We couldn’t be more thrilled to align ourselves with these brands moving forward as they embody our mission, vision and values full-heartedly. 

 

 

 

 

 

Centurion and Supreme both have long and proud histories in the towed watersports segments and we look forward to growing their presence in the Ontario marketplace alongside Nautique Boats.

 

If you have any questions feels free to contact the Customer Care Centre at (800) 991-3006.

 

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