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While Yamaha outboards continue to walk away with innovation awards, the proof is in the performance. In tournament after tournament, it's no surprise that the trophy winners insist on running with the leader. But whether you're a pro or boating strictly for pleasure, Yamaha performance and reliability will keep you solidly out in front.
Over 100 years ago, the Evinrude name became synonymous with America’s passion for boating. Ever since that landmark day when Ole Evinrude paddled to fetch ice cream for his love, Evinrude has been pushing the boundaries of what boats and marine engines can do. From manufacturing the first detachable row boat engine to setting speed records and building engines and parts for the U.S. military, Evinrude has been among the most trusted names in boating. Today, their sights are set on providing boaters with even more time on the water for the next 100 years.
Mercury Marine is the world's leading manufacturer of recreational marine propulsion engines.
Throughout the world, the premium marine brand that consumers associate with is Mercury! For more than 70 years Mercury has been inventing, designing and building marine propulsion systems - outboards, stern drives, inboards and propellers.
Today Mercury Marine proudly retains its unmatched record of leadership, innovation and service, but these qualities extend far beyond their propulsion systems. Through their national network of authorized dealers, Mercury markets complete boats, a full line of boating accessories, trailers, fishing accessories etc.
Tohatsu Marine’s aim is to deliver the ultimate boating experience by providing outboard motors that are simple, easy to use and of outstanding quality. Simpliq™ Technology embodies the Tohatsu technological philosophy. Named for its integration of simplicity, interface and quality, Simpliq™ Technology is the result of continuous technological innovation fueled by the pursuit of nothing less than the very best.
Any company that has been in business since 1960 certainly deserves your trust as one that will be around to serve the customers’ needs. Waco Manufacturing is just such a company building boats with Waco Aluminum fishing Boats and Aloha Pontoon brand names. Waco is the oldest builder of pontoons in the South and one of the oldest in the United States. Waco has a build-to-last mentality of handcrafted vessels. Waco’s construction quality – with a focus on safety and comfort – has helped to set the company apart from the competition with Sherman tank-like construction and incredible performance.
Legend Craft boats in Alexander, AR, are “forever” boats -- meaning they are tough, dependable and handle well in the water. Legend offers a variety of welded aluminum boats. From the outer banks of North Carolina to the Columbia River in the Pacific Northwest, Legend Craft boats continue to build a reputation as the toughest, highest quality jon boat on the water. Built from 125-gauge all-weld aluminum, Legend Craft are designed with extreme conditions in mind.
Weld-Craft has been building all-welded, all-aluminum boats since 1988. Ron Daugherty, the owner of Weld-Craft Manufacturing, Inc., has been in the boat business for over 40 years. Ron works in the plant to make sure that all Weld-Craft boats are being built with quality workmanship and manufacturing excellence. What is great about Ron is the fact that he isn't a third-generation boat manufacturer. He didn't go to college just to learn how to run the business and he didn't have it passed down to him. He has been actually building boats for more than 40 years. He knows how to build a boat from lots of experience.
Ron is a small town boy from Wilmar, Arkansas. In 1962, at the age of 19 years, he went to work for DuraCraft in Monticello, Arkansas.This is where he got his start in the boating industry. He was a parts man, but desperately wanted to be a welder. His boss agreed to let him practice welding on his lunch hour. After lots of hard work, he became an excellent welder. From Duracraft he moved on to Ouachita Marine in Arkadelphia, Arkansas, for even more boat building experience. When Ouachita Marine closed their doors, he went to work for Alcoa in Benton, Arkansas, where he processed raw material. In 1988, Ron decided that he wanted to build his own boats. So he started his own company, Weld-Craft Manufacturing. He began with small Jon boats. When Weld-Craft gained recognition and business grew, he moved on to building Bass models and Specialty boats. He has dedicated himself to building top-quality, all-welded all-aluminum boats.
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