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What company makes Sea Nymph boats?

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The company that makes Sea Nymph boats is Lowe Boats, a subsidiary of Brunswick Corporation. Furthermore, Lowe Boats is only part of Brunswick Corporation's recreational boat divisions.

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Lowe Boats was founded in 1971 as Low Line, and in 1972 the company produced its first boat. In 1980, Low Line changed its name to Lowe Boats. In 1999, Lowe Boats manufactured the Sea Nymph boat. In 2004, Brunswick Corporation, a Fortune 500 company and one of the world's largest pleasure boat makers, acquired Lowe Boats. The Sea Nymph boat is an aluminum boat, which is still in demand, although most models are from the 1990s.

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