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Since NauticStar crafted the first 2302 Dual Console two years ago, the fishing boat has been an ongoing success for its size and class. The 2020 model year version features these new updates: +Roomier Head Compartment, with step-down for additional headroom clearance +Updated Upholstery, with comfort-centric bow seating and plush fillers +Recommended Motor Package: Yamaha F200XB

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AMORY, Miss (Feb. 25, 2015) — Expanding its XS series of offshore boats, NauticStar, LLC introduced the new 28XS center console on February 12th at the Miami International Boat Show. The 28XS expands the NauticStar offshore series to 7 models from 19’ to 28’. This new model is a serious fishing boat that doubles as

article image for The NauticStar 2012 Legacy Double as a Pleasure and Fishing Boat

NauticStar Boats continues to broaden its product line by introducing the new Legacy Series beginning with the 2102 Legacy. The 2102 Legacy is a family friendly, center console, multi-purpose offshore boat that doubles as a pleasure and fishing boat. “We’ve enjoyed great success with our center console offshore XS series but from our market research

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After experiencing 4 model years of success with the NauticStar 210 Coastal and Angler, NauticStar, LLC has introduced a bigger and newly designed 231 Coastal and Angler. The 231 series merges family style pleasure boating with serious saltwater and freshwater fishing. “We are still having great success with the 210 Coastal and Angler but we

article image for NauticStar State-of-the-Art Plant Expansion, to Produce Boats Larger than 28 Feet

AMORY, Miss.— Governor Phil Bryant and officials from recreational boat manufacturer NauticStar, LLC announce the company is expanding its facility in Amory, Miss., to accommodate the production of boats larger than 28 feet. The project represents a company investment of $460,259 and will create 30 new jobs. The expansion will involve the addition of 20,000