Sumerset and Thoroughbred will have new boats at the On Water Expo

Published online: Feb 13, 2013 News
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Sumerset Houseboats will be at the Expo show this year with a new boat. Since they have started back into production, they have already shipped two new boats and have 3 more sold, including the one coming to the Expo in June. The 2013 Sumerset Houseboat will feature the new all glass front wall, new yacht style rails (upper and lower) and fully retractable helm in the salon.

 

The 2013 Thoroughbred Houseboat will be 21x91 all blue-glass boat. It will feature the innovative straight up and down PWC lift on the rear and lots of Pebble Stone exterior surfaces. It will also have a cross hall, 4 bedrooms plus a nice bunk house, tiled showers and lots of granite.

Excited? Buy your tickets fo the Anuual On Water Expo at http://www.hpmags.com/Products/on-the-water-expo-ticket-wshirt.aspx!

Find out more information about the Expo in general at http://www.houseboatexpo.com/

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