November 8, 2017 – Expanding its dealer network in Connecticut, Scarab boats, a division of Groupe Beneteau, Cadillac Operations is excited to announce G & R Marine as the newest addition to their distribution channel.
“It’s an exciting time to have G & R Marine join our distribution team. We look forward to working with Bryan, Geoff and the team at G & R Marine as they will be a strong influence in regards to the future success and circulation of our Scarab products in Connecticut and its surrounding areas”, noted Andy Lindsay, V.P. Sales Americas.
“We are excited to expand our product offering with Scarab Jet Boats. The product developed by Scarab Jet Boats is fresh and will give our customers another option. We are looking forward to working with the team at Groupe Beneteau, Cadillac Operations,” added Bryan Douglas.
G & R Marine has been a very strong boat dealer since 2000 and is located in South Windsor, Connecticut. Throughout the years, G & R Marine has established an award winning service department, alongside being noted as a premier jet boat dealer in the north east.
About Scarab Jet & Groupe Beneteau
Setting the stage in 2013, Scarab was born to challenge the conventions of boat design, so you can challenge the limits of boating. It’s in their heritage. It’s who they are. And it’s why they design and build boats that excite all the senses from first look to first push of the throttle. With Scarab Jet you separate yourself from what’s standard by elevating yourself to a new platform of exhilaration. In a Scarab there are no compromises. It’s where sport meets utility. And it’s where you live the emotion…
As the boating industry’s global market leader, Groupe Beneteau, through its Boat divisions: Beneteau, Jeanneau, Prestige Yachts, Monte Carlo Yachts, Lagoon, CNB, Four Winns, Glastron, Scarab Jet and Wellcraft offers over 200 recreational boat models serving its customers’ diverse navigational needs and uses, from sailing to motorboating, monohulls and catamarans. Groupe Beneteau, Americas is headquartered in Annapolis, Maryland.