Bryant Boats 400

June 5, 2018

Bryant Boats has expanded its dealer network, adding seven retail outlets throughout North America including Canadian dealer, Summer Watersports in Muskoka, Ontario. 

News Week writer Amelia Morris contacted Summer Watersports owner Geordie Newlands for comments. “We spent a lot of time researching a brand that felt right both culturally and quality wise. This company focuses on bringing luxury and sport together, which fits the company, and with the additional innovation of them being purchased by Correct Crafts, it’s a great fit for us going forward”. We’re really looking forward to it and we’ve had having a great response so far!”, Geordie explained. “Bryant is an innovative company focused on combining bringing luxury and sport together throughout the company’s entire product line-up. Bryant is and will continue to be the leaders in forward drive wake surf boats. Bryant provides the best in class ride, drive and overall feel while elevating what luxury means to the consumer.”

These new Bryant dealers include:

  • Summer Watersports, Muskoka, ON 
  • Boat Tree Marina, Sanford, FL 
  • Cleveland Boat Center, Cleveland, TN 
  • Carolina Watersports, Mooresville, NC 
  • Dockside Marine of Houston, Montgomery, TX 
  • Heinen Motorsports, Osseo, MN 
  • Irish Boat Shop, Harbor Springs, MI – Charlevoix, MI – Traverse City, MI            

“The new growth can be directly attributed to the increasing desire of all age groups to become part of the surf scene,” said John Dorton, president of Bryant Boats, in a statement. “We are getting nearly ten times the consumer leads that we previously received, and most of them are interested in our surf models.”

Since its humble beginnings nearly half a century ago as Thunder Craft, Bryant Boats has become one of the most sought-after luxury boats in the segment moving into the future with five new surf models. Bryant Boats is part of the Correct Craft  family that includes Nautique, Centurion, Supreme, Bass Cat, Yar-Craft, SeaArk,

and Bryant boat companies, Pleasurecraft Engine Group, and Aktion Parks. For more information please visit and .

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