Boating NZ - - Boat Business -

The as­ton­ish­ing pop­u­lar­ity of the new Rayglass Leg­end 3500 has re­sulted in the com­pany ad­ding a new pro­duc­tion fa­cil­ity to get more boats on the water, faster.

“Our new fa­cil­ity will en­able us to in­crease pro­duc­tion, cut lead times and get cus­tomers boat­ing sooner,” says Rayglass Boats Sales Di­rec­tor Scott Lit­tle.

A so­phis­ti­cated mod­ern take on the tra­di­tional Kiwi sedan cruiser, the new Rayglass 3500 has at­tracted wide in­ter­est since its launch ear­lier this year.

“Busy pro­fes­sion­als, cou­ples with young fam­i­lies and those look­ing for a sports fish­ing launch are all see­ing the ad­van­tages of the 3500,” says Lit­tle. “So too are cur­rent trailer boat own­ers look­ing for some­thing a bit big­ger, as well as cus­tomers pre­vi­ously con­sid­er­ing a sec­ond-hand launch but con­cerned about the ves­sel’s age and on­go­ing main­te­nance costs.”

The stylish ves­sel af­fords spa­cious mas­ter and guest cab­ins and sep­a­rate shower and toi­let ar­eas, a U-shaped lounge, an is­land tran­som with func­tional seat­ing, bar­be­cue and live bait tank, a large open cock­pit with a big duck­board and a com­fort­able fore­deck sun lounger.

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