ALEXANDRIA, Va., May 12, 2015 – When you fix a boat, you need your toolbox. When you need a boating fix, those looking to buy a boat go to BoatUS’ Boat Buyer’s Toolbox. The new online boat buying resource from the nation’s largest advocacy, services and safety group gives practical information and helpful tips on how to buy, where to find a boat, what to look for, buying new vs. used, and much more. The buying guide is available at no cost at BoatUS.com/buyer. “We've been helping people navigate the sometimes choppy waters of boat buying for over 40 years,” said BoatUS Director of Consumer Protection Charles Fort.Read More
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C. Hatteras left to go to New Bern. OBX is building about 6 boats per year. With a base price of $355,000, the boat has customized interior features — such as handcrafted cabinets — that Flater hopes will appeal to a high-end clientele he reaches primarily through boat shows and word of mouth. Flater hopes to revitalize the 135,000-square-foot factory and site as the business grows. Following a stint in the furniture business after Hatteras closed in High Point, Flater returned to his passion in 2010 with the goal of using the latest technology to build fishing boats ranging from 23 to 32 feet in the Outer Banks style. “The timing was not great to start a luxury-yacht business, but I think people have been waiting so long now to buy a new boat, we’re seeing the market pick up,” Flater said, adding that he wanted to “do something he loved again.” “I would like to get the city and community involved in helping me achieve this goal with the facility, making it something we can be proud of instead of another dead manufacturing facility,” Flater said. http://www.tradeonlytoday.com/2014/04/obx-boatworks-seeks-growth-hatteras-plant
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