Charleston, SC (PRWEB) March 31, 2008
RNR Marine, Inc. announced the release of its patent pending T-TOPLESS product. The T-TOPLESS provides protection from the elements for center console boats in the form of a tee-top which mounts directly to existing structure in a center console boat (no holes) in minutes, and raises or lowers in seconds, allowing the boat to be stored in a garage, short dry stack, or under a boat cover, saving the owner thousands of dollars per year in storage fees.
"The T-TOPLESS fills a void for center console boat owners, providing an attractive tee-top which can be easily lowered for storage like a bimini top", said Ross Johnson, RNR Marine's president. "RNR Marine's goal is to make unique products for demanding boaters, and the T-TOPLESS delivers with sturdy construction, ease of installation and great looks."
Available initially for retail purchase (http://www.t-topless.com), the T-TOPLESS will also be sold through boat dealers as RNR Marine builds its dealer network. The average boat owner or a dealer can install the top, however, RNR Marine initially offers free installation in Charleston, SC as well as "photo rebates" through April as part of its product kick-off. Free shipping is included for buyers throughout the United States.
Manufactured entirely in South Carolina, the T-TOPLESS has been refined and tested for three years combining high quality, all stainless components with integrated navigation lighting. The top is available in four sizes to fit different configurations and is offered in six, UV-resistant Sunbrella™ colors.
Boat dealers are encouraged to contact RNR Marine about their dealer program, which is deigned to help dealers sell boats by adding a unique product that appeals to buyers.
About RNR Marine
Founded in 2004 by engineers with a passion to improve the products they use, RNR Marine is committed to providing unique products of the highest quality to the recreational boater and marine industry.
T-Topless, RNR's first product, filled a need for center console fishermen and boaters who wanted a sturdy top that could be lowered easily to store their boat in a garage, dry stack or to pass under low bridges. Three years of design, test and patenting allowed RNR to go into production in 2007.
RNR Marine has several new products in development, including a simple, removable top for flats boats, which is now in the patent process.
Ross Johnson, President
RNR Marine, Inc.