Profile: Seabreeze Boats, Newfoundland

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Feb 22, 2016

Seabreeze Boats of Centreville Newfoundland have been producing their traditionally styled boats since Glen Meadus purchase the company in 2003. These boats represent an evolutionary design based on the traditional small work boats of the Atlantic region. Not flashy, but seaworthy, solid and versatile these boats these are great boats for fishing, cottage or trailerable runabout. Antigonish Rental were at the Halifax Boat Show with several models including the newest 23 footer.







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