SEA SPRITE/UNITED MARINE BOAT COVERS
ABOUT SEA SPRITE/UNITED MARINE BOATS
A continuation of the Sea Sprite Boats business that existed since 1962, United Marine Corporation took control of the powerboat builder in 1996. Sea Sprite/United Marine Corporation produced bow riders, cuddy as well as deck boats between 17 and 28 feet in length. Designed as boats for family recreation, Sea Sprite/United Marine Corporation vessels are suited for fishing trip or cruising lakes.
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Popular Sea Sprite/United Marine Boat Models:
|2100 DECK||1700 BOW RIDER|
|2100 DECK W/BOB||1850 OPEN BOW|
|2150 MARK IV BR||190 MARK I BR|
|2150 OPEN BOW||190 MARK II BR|
|2152 CUDDY||190 MARK II FS BR|
|225 MARK V CUDDY CABIN||1900 DECK|
|2501 MARK VIII BR||1900 PROTEGE|
|2502 MARK IX CUDDY CABIN||1950 MARK II BR|
|255 MID-CABIN||1950 OPEN BOW|
|2550 OPEN BOW||2050 OPEN BOW|
|2552 CUDDY||2052 CUDDY|
|260 SE MID-CABIN||210 MARK IV BR|
|270 AFT-CABIN||210 MARK V CUDDY|
|280 SE AFT-CABIN||210 MARK V CUDDY CABIN|
Sea Sprite/United Marine Facts:
Sea Sprite Boats were built for a marine dealer in North Webster, Indiana by the Bee Boat Company of Paxton, Illinois beginning in 1962. Overwhelmed by several contracts, production of Sea Sprite Boats was contracted to the Glastex Company of Monmouth, Illinois. In 1968, Melvin Redeker, formerly of the Bee Boat Company, bought Sea Sprite and moved production to Crescent City, Illinois, operating as the Sea Sprite Boat Company in 1969. The Sea Sprite Boat Co. eventually became known as United Marine Corporation and was based in Watseka, Illinois. Melvin Redeker sold in 1984 to Robert F. Smith and a fire gutted the factory in 1990 which along with bankruptcy led to the end of production of Sea Sprite Boats.