Dealer Profile – White Water Marine

Scout 255


May 9, 2016

Located on a spacious lot just off Highway 101 outside of Halifax, White Water Marine is a family business in the truest sense. Les White founded the company in 1986 and today his sons Graham and Brian run the show, although dad still keeps an eye on things. Les’ daughter Patty Gauthier runs the parts department. Several other members of the extended family have also worked at the business over the years.

Given the companies location on the way to many of the provinces best fishing lakes it is not surprising Princecraft boats have been a top seller for many years. This year, in a move to larger glass boats, White Water has taken on the Scout line, including the LX255. They also sell Larson Boats and are full service dealers for Evinrude and Mercury outboards.


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