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Posted 12 June 2019 - 02:51 PM

Suzuki is pleased to announce that it has added Silver Boats to the already impressive roster of boat brands that fit its range of ultimate outboard motors.

The sole importer of the Finnish boat brand into the UK, River Shack Boats, is based in Christchurch and has been selling Silver Boats since 2016.

In the main, the boats are AluTech GRP inside with anAluminiumhull, which results in abeautiful interior andtough exterior.However, Silver has just launched a brand new range - the Tiger Dz and Raptor Dz which are both constructed completely from GRP. This has the benefit of being able to incorporate cabins into the design and build. The Tiger has a 2 berth and the Raptor has a 4 berth. Both of which will be shown at the Poole boat show and Southampton boat show with Suzuki engines

The Aluminium range ofSilver Boatsare from 4.6m up to 6.4m and the range of GRPSilver Boatsare from 6m up to 8.2m.

Will Eveleigh from Silver Boats UK said, “We are excited to be working with Suzuki and have already sold our first two Suzuki-powered Silver Boats. We chose to fit Suzuki’s to our boats because they have a great reputation for performance and reliability. In fact, Silver Boats are marketed as ‘quiet boats built byquiet people’ which dovetails really nicely with one of the hallmarks of Suzuki outboards, which is the fact that they deliver incredibly quiet running.”

Fiona Cole, Head of Marketing for Suzuki GB’s Motorcycle, ATV & Marine Divisions said, “We are pleased to welcome Silver Boats to the Suzuki family and look forward to long and fruitful partnership. We feel that the Silver range offers something unique to the UK market and we are confident that Suzuki outboards will complement these stylish looking boats nicely.”

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