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CONTACT: Bill Larson, Little River Marine
Elegant Exercise in a Turn of the Century Boat Design
GAINESVILLE, FL – June 25th, 2002
Harvard and Yale have known it for years: one of the best exercises is sliding seat rowing, and now anyone can do it in the stable and beautiful Heritage Rowing Boats.
The Heritage is an elegant replica of a design from yesteryear. Built with a wider hull than rowing shells, both Heritage models are terrifically stable. This allows the rower to stand, or even cast a fishing pole. Up to a two horsepower motor can be attached to either model. A sailing version is also available.
Available in either 15 foot or 18 foot lengths, it can be rowed by one or two rowers. The Heritage have removable rowing stations that make it easy to convert either model between single (one person) and double (two person) rowing. Special features of the Heritage include patent pending folding riggers making transportation and docking a breeze.
In the words of Dave Smalley, contributing editor for Passagemaker Magazine, “The Heritage is such a great boat. Everywhere I go, people follow me.” Mr. Smalley is so delighted with his boat that he just ordered a second one for his new Florida home.
The Heritage 15 only weighs 95 pounds, so it is easily cartopable with two people. Available in three hull colors: red, yellow and white, and it can be shipped anywhere by private carrier.
Little River Marine is located in Gainesville, Florida and has been a leading manufacturer of rowing craft for 26 years.
For additional information on Little River’s products, visit our web site at http://www.littlerivermarine.com/ or call Bill Larson at 352-378-5025.