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Alexandria Bay
Horizon Marina
Hutchinsons Boat Works

Amityville
Amity Harbor Marine

Aquebogue
Lighthouse Yacht Sales

Auburn
DW Yacht Sales

Babylon
Babylon Marine
Suffolk Marine Center

Bay Shore
East Island Yacht Sales
Great Cove Yacht Sales

Bayville
Bridge Marine Sales

Bridgeport
Fisher Bay Marina

Brooklyn
e Sailing Yachts

Buffalo
RCR Yachts – Buffalo
Thomas Frauenheim

Canada Lake
Canada Lake Store & Marine

Canadaigua
Ontario Cycle Center
Seager Marine

Celoron
Holiday Harbor
Ready About Sailing & Marina

Centerport
NHTN / Ridas Jaht North America

Central Square
Tri-Bridge Marina Boatel
Winter Harbor

City Island
BoatMax
City Island Yacht Sales

Clifton Park
Harbor Boat Sales

Copiague
MarineMax – Copiague
Pro Finish Detailing

Derby
Olson Brothers Marine

East Hampton
MarineMax – East Hampton
Milius Marine

East Quogue
K.R.P. Yacht Sales

East Rockaway
Davisons Yacht Sales

Endicott
Hanafin Marine

Fair Haven
Empire Yacht Sales

Freeport
Al Grover’s High & Dry Marina
Aqua Marina
Dave Bofill Marine
Fred Chall Marine Yacht Sales
Montauk Yacht Sales
Staten Island Yacht Sales – Freeport

Geneva
Signature Yacht Sales

Glen Cove
DiMillo’s Yacht Sales
Marine Concepts

Grand Island
Captains Boating Service

Greenport
Brewer Yacht Sales

Hampton Bays
Aable Marine
Hampton WaterCraft and Marine
Jackson’s Marina
Mariner’s Cove Marine
Spellmans Marine
United Yacht Sales

Holland Patent
Midcoast Yacht Brokerage

Honeoye Falls
Bartnett Marine Services

Huntington
Coneys Marine
Knutson Marine
MarineMax – Huntington

Island Park
Empire Point Boating Center
K & K Outboard

Islip Terrace
Great Bay Marine – Islip Terrace

Ithaca
Navy Point Marine

Lindenhurst
East Shore Marine
Great Bay Marine – Lindenhurst
Jack Regan Yacht Sales
MarineMax – 692 S Wellwood Avenue
MarineMax – 846 S Wellwood Avenue
Surfside 3 Marina

Long Island
Aeroyacht
Ocean Bay Marine Services
Willis Marine Center

Mamaroneck
Dolphin Services
McMichael Yacht Brokers
Springline Yacht Sales
Westchester Yacht Sales

Mattituck
Boscola Yacht Sales
MarineMax – Mattituck
Modern Yachts – Surfside 3 East End
North Shore Yacht Sale
Strong’s Marine

Mayfield
Ron Haege Yacht Sales

Montauk
Denison Yacht Sales

Montauk
Montauk Marine Group

New Baltimore
Shady Harbor Marina

New Rochelle
MarineMax – New Rochelle
Snow Goose
Sunseeker Club

New Windsor
Boat N RV Warehouse
Storm King Marine

New York
Camper & Nicholsons International
Edmiston & Company
Luxury Yacht Partners
MarineMax – Chelsea Piers – Pier 59
MarineMax
Big Boats.com

North Tonawanda
East Pier Marina

Northport
Bottom Line Associates
Long Island Marine Group

Nyack
Captain Tom Seybold

Oakdale
Oakdale Yacht Sales

Oceanside
All Island Marine

Oyster Bay
Oyster Bay Yacht Sales
Wagner Boat Works

Peekskill
MarineMax – Peekskill

Plattsburgh
Snug Harbor Marina

Port Jefferson Station
Sea Eagle Inflatable Boats

Port Washington
Bay Watch Marine
Cape Yachts
Lager Yacht Brokerage Corporation

Rexford
Alcove Carriers

Rochester
MDP Boat Sales
Navy Point Marine – Rochester
RCR Yachts – Rochester

Rush
Dorschel Marine Sports

Sackets Harbor
Navy Point Marine – Sackets Harbor

Sag Harbor
Bruce Tait & Associates – Waterfront Marina
Fine Yachts of Sag Harbor
The Sunseeker Club – SAG Harbor

Saint James
Great Oak Marina

Sayville
White Water Marine

Seaford
Blue Marlin Boats

Shelter Island
Coecles Harbor Marina & Boatyard

Sodus Point
Krenzer Marine
RCR Yachts – Sodus Point

South Jamesport
Great Peconic Bay Marina

Southampton
Dave Bofill Marine
Great Bay Marine – Southampton
Owens Yachts
Sailaction

Southold
Port of Egypt Marine

Staten Island
Radial Sportfishing
Staten Island Yacht Sales – Staten Island

Stony Point
Pennybridge Marine
Willow Cove Marina

Tonawanda
Mid River Marina

Tonawanda Island
Smith Boys

Union Springs
Frontenac Harbor

Union Springs
Mid River Sales office

West Babylon
Islander Boat Brokerage

West Haverstraw
Great Hudson Sailing Center
MarineMax – West Haverstraw
Samalot Marine

West Hempstead
Inflatable Xperts

West Islip
Babylon Boat & Yacht Sales

Westhampton Beach
Hampton WaterCraft and Marine
MarineMax – Westhampton Beach
Modern Yachts

Willsboro
Boats R Fun

Wilson
Swans Yacht Sales

Yonkers
Abruzese Yacht Sales

Youngstown
RCR Yachts – Youngstown

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