West Coast Custom Yachts Name Dealer

Press Release
Tuesday, May 01, 2012

Crow’s Nest Yachts named West Coast dealer for Westcoast Custom Yachts

Crow's Nest Yachts is the new exclusive dealer for Westcoast Custom Yachts, featuring 62' and 64' Pilothouse models, and a 64' Express Cruiser.

Crow’s Nest Yachts  announces it is now the exclusive West Coast dealer for Westcoast Custom Yachts, located in British Columbia, Canada. Crow’s Nest Yachts is featuring the North American-built yachts at its locations in Seattle, Newport Beach and San Diego beginning in early May.

Renowned boat builder Forbes Cooper is behind Westcoast Custom Yachts. He’s been manufacturing boats since the 1970’s, first with his Cooper sailboat, and then with the Cooper Prowler series of yachts in the 1980’s. Cooper has come out of retirement to put his mark on these new well-crafted yachts.

Westcoast Custom Yachts features 62’ and 64’ Pilothouse models, combining large interiors, roomy flybridges, and expansive cockpits with impressive performance, dependability and economy. Due in late May is a 64’ model from their new line of low-profile, customizable Express Cruisers, featuring modern European styling.

“These semi-custom designs are perfect for West Coast boaters,” said Dennis Riehl, Crow’s Nest Yachts Newport Beach. “They’re exactly the kind of yacht and price point that works well for either the weekend boater or serious long range yachtsman.”

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