SEAmless Marine to Exhibit at the New England Boat Show February 22 – March 2

Come see SEAmless Marine’s cutting edge products at the 2014 New England Boat Show. As the leading designer and manufacturer of custom towers, hard tops and EZ2CY enclosures, SEAmless Marine offers a wide range of quality components for boat owners and manufacturers to browse during the show. Earning a solid reputation in the industry for designing and manufacturing all of the components that they use in-house and for using only the highest quality materials.

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The New England Boat Show is considered to be New England’s premier winter boating event. It will be held at the amazing Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC), spanning over 300,000 square feet of exhibits. It is now considered to be “the Northeasts’ largest Boat Show,” attracting thousands each year from the New England Seaboard. Come see all of the region’s top marine dealers and a huge selection of special features, marine accessories and much more.

Make sure to stop by Booth #2250 at the 2014 New England Boat Show and see all of the innovative, high quality products and designs available from SEAmless Marine. Meet the team behind these industry-leading designs and see for yourself why they are so successful and respected around the world. They will be displaying and demonstrating their complete line-up of custom towers, hard tops and EZ2CY enclosures to you can have the opportunity to see the attention to detail, unique style and top quality results that come standard at SEAmless Marine.

What to Expect at the 2014 New England Boat Show

This year’s event is shaping up to be a one-of-a-kind marine marketplace for boaters from all over the region and around the world. Come see a wide range of powerboats in all makes and models, made for fishing, cruising, wake boarding and just about any type of water sports you could imagine! Sailboats will also be on display, featuring dozens of sailboats, all rigged up and ready to be checked out. There will be over 250 exhibits available to browse on the show room floor, all featuring the latest in marine accessories. Go ahead and stock up on just about anything you’ll need for the year, including hardware, navigational equipment, galleyware and much more.

The 2014 New England Boat Show will also feature a series of:

  • giveaways and contests
  • interactive displays
  • informational clinics
  • educational seminars

Tickets are just $15 for adults and for children 15 years and younger, when accompanied by an adult, admittance is free! So come, bring the whole family and take a look at what’s hot and what’s new in the world of boating.

Meet the Crew from SEAmless Marine – With all of the amazing things to do at this year’s New England Boat Show, don’t miss SEAmless Marine, who will be hosting Booth #2250. They will be showcasing all of their goods, from custom-made engineered fiberglass tops to the best quality anodized aluminum available in the industry. Learn more about the unique cutting edge methods used by SEAmless Marine that allow them to deliver a nearly completed product that can be custom-installed on any boat, any time – anywhere in the world. SEAmless Marine is the leading designer and manufacturer of custom towers, hard tops and EZ2CY enclosures.

Other Special Events at the Show – You can also meet Captain Dave Carraro from the NatGeo hit television series Wicked Tuna. A native tuna fisherman with over 32 years of experience and a U.S.C.G. 100-ton Master License, Dave will be at the show to meet and greet his fans and fellow fishermen on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Sailfest will also take place again this year at the New England Boat Show, which features the latest and greatest in sailboats, from 8′ to 45′ boats from over 20 different manufacturers, there will be over 100 booths dedicated to sailing products and services available for attendees to browse. Plus, the all-new Miss GEICO racing boat, the Fred’s Shed interactive educational center and special theme nights for military, Bruins’ fans, Red Sox fans and music lovers round out this year’s offerings.

Seminars & Educational Experiences – This year’s educational programs will include seminars on fuel system maintenance, general detailing and boat maintenance, gas engine maintenance, improving fuel economy and performance and how to change a water pump. Other learning opportunities include a class on how to install and maintain a marine battery system, basic fiberglass repair and maintenance, the basics on owning a new boat, diesel engine maintenance and much more. All seminars and educational programs are FREE with paid entry to the New England Boat Show.

Don’t Miss the 2014 New England Boat Show & SEAmless Marine!

Make sure to stop by Booth #2250 at the 2014 New England Boat Show and see all of the innovative, high quality products and designs available from SEAmless Marine. Meet the team behind these industry-leading designs and see for yourself why they are so successful and respected around the world. They will be displaying and demonstrating their complete line-up of custom towers, hard tops and EZ2CY enclosures to you can have the opportunity to see the attention to detail, unique style and top quality results that come standard at SEAmless Marine.

SEAmless Marine has outfitted hundreds of boats around the world with their custom-designed and built, high quality products. Everything they design and sell features a lifetime warranty to the original owner, plus a tournament-prawn durability and top notch customer service. From the very first point of contact all the way throughout the purchasing process on out to delivery and installation of the finished product, the team at SEAmless Marine will be with you, every step of the way.

For more information about SEAmless Marine and all of the products and services available, contact them locally in New Bedford, Massachusetts at 508-644-2878 or send an email inquiry to info@seamlessmarine.com. Come by the New England Boat Show, February 22nd – March 2 and meet the SEAmless Marine crew in-person to talk about your next marine project!