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supra 07-06-2010 3:25 PM

Seattle Boat Company( malibu dealer)
I noticed on Seattle Boat Companys website, that they are Seattles new Malibu dealer..

Bring on the sun!

rhombus 07-06-2010 3:37 PM

i just looked at their site. any idea what this means:

'Interchangeable Wake-Specific Hull Designs,'? I know that there are 2 hull designs for each model (Wake/Diamond), but I am not aware of anything that is 'interchangeable' unless they are referring to the Wedge...


05mobiuslsv 07-06-2010 10:17 PM

This just shows you they don't know jack about the product they just took on. They have an uphill battle ahead of them.

my_malibu 07-06-2010 10:45 PM

Interesting whats happening to BAKES Marine

polarbill 07-07-2010 8:06 AM

From talking with a few people Bakes is going to be just a parts and service center. They are still a certified Malibu and/or Indmar service center.

I agree with NuBu. Seattle Boat has never sold anything but runabouts and Sunseeker's(I can't imagine they sold that many of these). They really need to hire a service person and a salesmen that know wakeboats or they are in for a hurting. The other problem I see is that Malibu doesn't really make a good rough water, deep freeboard boat that will sell that great on Lake Washington. I have a feeling that Malibu just ended their run of dominating Lake Sammamish in tournament boat's.

What is good for Seattle boat is they have their main shop/showroom on Lake Union but also have a service center in Bellevue at Newport Shores.

ixfe 07-07-2010 10:17 AM

Bakes had been for sale for the past 9 months or so. Should I read into this that they couldn't find a buyer so Malibu moved the franchise to another dealership?

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