Monterey Model Range
The brand Monterey produces boats with Outboard Engines and bowriders. There are 24 models from 6 to 12 meters in the current model range from 5 lines: M, Outboard, Sport Boats, Sport Yachts and Super Sports.
Monterey Boats was founded in 1985 in Lacrosse, north of Orlando, Florida, by brothers Charles and Jeff Marshalls. The new shipyard was launched under the motto Quality«, Design, Ease of Use!
The company started with two 19-foot
Broochy appearance, wide choice of models, reasonable price - Monterey becomes a fashion brand.
In 1989 the shipyard launched its first family boat, and in the mid 1990s they expanded their range with several models, from small sports boats to luxury yachts.
The Monterey Boats Shipyard continues its work and today the company supplies its products to over forty countries.
In 1994, with 14 models in assets, the company erects the second production hall. Shortly thereafter, however, the shipyard relocates to Williston, Florida, to a 18600 square meter workshop. But the free space wasn't long: with the introduction of the patented Air Assist Chine (a special bottom profile that makes it easier to access the waxing), Monterey boats got a new boost and production got a load.
The company's model range covers the entire segment of the boating market. Everyone who wants to buy a boat can find
For day trips and relaxation, the shipyard offers spacious bowriders with swimming platforms and sunbathing areas. Cabin cruising boats will be a worthy choice for families on weekends, while open-air yachts and models with semi-closed saloon are suitable for connoisseurs of high comfort or noisy companies.
Discontinued Monterey boats
Videos about Monterey
Video tours of the production site of the Monterey shipyard, reports from open days, dealer meetings and other events.
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