Chesapeake Ranger Tugs Under New Ownership

Press Release
Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Grasonville, Md. — Fluid Motion has announced a transition in the representation of its Ranger Tugs dealership in the Chesapeake region, which will provide many benefits to the area's trailerable yacht enthusiasts.
Mark and Tony Schulstad, owners of Mass Enterprises and Cutwater Marine Sales, have acquired Chesapeake Ranger Tugs, formerly owned by Chuck Wistar. Cutwater Marine Sales is part of a yacht dealership based in Grasonville, Md., and Mark will retain the Chesapeake Ranger Tugs office in Annapolis, Md. Both locations will give customers access to Ranger Tug and Cutwater Yacht models.

In addition to keeping the Annapolis office operational, Chuck Wistar will remain part of the organization in a sales, marketing and strategic planning role. His years as a Ranger Tug dealer in the Chesapeake region have resulted in a rapid expansion of owners in the Bay area. He will continue to serve Ranger Tug owners and prospects, as well as Cutwater customers. The existing Cutwater Marine Sales team includes two dedicated sales associates, as well as a service team, headed by Tony Schulstad, and is responsible for servicing, warranty work, electronics installations and maintenance and outfitting. The management of both companies under Mass Enterprises LLC provides owners access to all these services out of the Grasonville location.

As a joint business, Cutwater Marine Sales and Chesapeake Ranger Tugs will be responsible for sales and service for owners in the entire Chesapeake Bay region, including the Baltimore/Washington, DC Metro area, Annapolis and the Delmarva peninsula.
 

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