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Posted On: 31 January 2012 05:34 am
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:11 pm

At sea with Bayliners

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The Pearl-Qatar, home to Doha’s most advanced marina, now houses the latest range of the sought-after Bayliner Runabouts, giving Qatar’s boating enthusiasts more reason to get out and about on the water in style in 2012. Ronautica Middle East, based at The Pearl-Qatar, has taken delivery this week of the full range of Bayliner’s five new motorboat models measuring between 17 and 24ft. Ronautica provides a complete value package with the Bayliner Runabouts, which includes the trailer, the berth in Porto Arabia Marina at The Pearl-Qatar, insurance and cleaning and maintenance if needed. Also included is a limited lifetime warranty. All the 2012 models are fitted with top of the line accessories, which include the wakeboard tower, sport seating, stereo, interior carpeting and the upgraded engine models, with packages starting from QR113,000. The runabouts on show at The Pearl-Qatar’s Marina are the Bayliner 175, 185, 195, 215 and 235 models, which all stand out for their spacious interior design, size and their affordability. “Bayliners have been an extremely popular brand here in Qatar and we have brought more than 30 to these shores,” said Jaume Marc?, General Manager at Ronautica Middle East. “They are the perfect family boat and complement the outdoor lifestyle we all love here in Qatar and especially on The Pearl-Qatar. Their reputation for outstanding value and combination of style, reliability and affordability keeps families coming back for more as boating becomes more central to their lifestyle.” Bayliner started building boats in the 1950’s designed by Orin Edson, the company’s founding father, whose vision was that Bayliner should be an easy, reliable, well built, affordable boat that any family could enjoy. Ronautica Middle East is the sole distributor of Bayliner boats in Qatar and has built up not only a strong client base, but also developed The Pearl-Qatar into the region’s premier marina and contributed to the nautical lifestyle on the Island. Ronautica’s activities have been expanding continuously and is expected to grow further in 2012. Gulf Times