Do they still make Alumacraft boats?
BRP, also known as Bombardier Recreational Products, announced that decision Wednesday afternoon. Boat production in Arkadelphia will end in mid-June and will be shifted to a BRP facility in St. Peter, Minn., the company said.
What company makes Alumacraft boats?
VALCOURT, Quebec, June 28, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — BRP (TSX:DOO) announced today the creation of the Marine Group with the acquisition of Alumacraft Boat, the premier private North American manufacturer of aluminum fishing boats, based in St. Peter, MN.
Are Alumacraft boats welded?
All Alumacraft boats, whether it’s the all-welded jons or one of the riveted tournament models, are made with heavy-gauge, top-quality, 5052 marine-grade aluminum. That’s why you see Alumacraft boats that have been on the water for years and years. They last longer.
Who owns Alumacraft Boat Company?
Bombardier Recreational Products
Alumacraft Boat Co/Parent organizations
Where are Alumacraft boats built?
ARKADELPHIA, Ark — The Alumacraft boat factory in Arkadelphia will close in June leaving 90 workers out of a job as the company moves production to Minnesota. Production is scheduled through mid-June in Arkadelphia and then work will transition to a facility in St. Peter, Minnesota.
Where is Lund boats made?
New York Mills
Since 1948, Lund has been building boats from the heart of lakes country in New York Mills, Minn. Built with professional grade materials to withstand a lifetime of use, Lund Boats are guide tested and wilderness proven and demanded by more camps, resorts, fishing guides and professionals throughout North America.
Can an aluminum boat go in saltwater?
When not in contact with other metals, aluminum can do quite well in both fresh and saltwater, needing only bottom paint for aluminum boats to prevent fouling. They also employ dedicated mounting brackets for sacrificial anodes, and their hulls and extrusions are made from thicker metal.