PRIDE MARINE GROUP DEBUT TWO NEW BRANDS AT 2019 TORONTO INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOW

Pride Marine

Jan 22, 2019

North America’s largest indoor boat show is back January 18 to 27, 2019 at Enercare Centre in Toronto, and Pride Marine Group – a division of Canada’s largest boat dealer and show sponsor – will host the biggest marina display. Featuring models from eight brands, including the debut of two new brand releases: Princess Yachts from the United Kingdom and Azimut Yachts from Italy – see firsthand how Pride Marine Group creates personalized lifestyle experiences by offering products and services that deliver the highest quality customer satisfaction through its full-service marine locations. 
 
Pride Marine Group offers only the finest motor yachts in Ontario thorough a large inventory selection of new, brokerage and used yacht sales. This year, the family-owned and operated business is excited to launch the latest brand additions distinguished by their exceptional quality, design, style and performance in the yacht industry, in addition to its existing roster – all available for order.

Pride Marine Group at the Toronto International Boat Show will have the largest display at the show and is featuring 8 brands including Azimut Yachts, Princess Yachts, Nautique, Sea Ray, Chris Craft, Avalon Luxury Pontoons, Chaparral, and Robalo. Plus, the Pride Marine Group  will be hosting a number of contests & giveaways throughout the show for attendees.
 
2 NEW BRAND DEBUTS
 
AZIMUT YACHTS – FLY 50 on display
The pinnacle of true Italian luxury and engineering while using the latest advancements in technology to the finest details and finishes – an Azimut Yacht represents a way of life. One of the first reasons why an owner chooses an Azimut yacht is nearly always beauty. Then, the intrinsic values of the product come into play: its comfort, safety features, level of technology and elegant living solutions.
 
PRINCESS YACHTS – V60 on display
Featuring the finest in luxury and craftsmanship – Princess Yachts have become known for quality, style and comfort. From 42′ – 131′, Princess Yachts offer a variety of sizes and styles to suit any boater’s lifestyle. Pride Yachts is proud to carry this exclusive product line for Ontario, Quebec, PEI, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Nova Scotia. 
 
For more information, visit www.pridemarineyachts.com.

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