Stingray Boats from the United States was founded by Al Fink in 1797. The family business began with only two molds and a small number of qualified employees.
In 1999, Stingray was the first of all American shipyards to introduce resins with a minimum amount of gelcoats and styrene, which complies with California Environmental Regulation 1162. This step, combined with new spraying devices, reduced harmful emissions when creating boats, more than 30%.
Focusing on environmental friendliness, each model is equipped with a tread that allows you to avoid fuel spills during refueling. The boats are equipped with four-stroke outboard motors, which not only ensures economical fuel consumption, but also minimizes environmental damage.
Stingray Boats is an active participant in the recycling program: all waste - steel, cardboard (more than £ 100,000 per year), composites, pallets, etc., are never discarded, but recycled repeatedly.
Official distributors and dealers are located in more than ten countries around the world, boats are exported to the European, American and Australian markets.
The shipyard, which offers cabin cruise boats and outboard engines, creates them in four series: Deck Boats (bow bowers with an extended bow), Cuddies / Cruiser (with cabin bow), Sport Decks and Sport Boats (high-speed bowriders). A total of 21 models in the company's lineup are 5-8 m long. Mostly the boats are equipped with a center console.
The company is known for its experiments: the shipyard was one of the first to build its vessels in a robotic plant, and created a full-fledged sales site. In addition, the manufacturer was the first to use the innovative Z-plane type Deep V, in which the protruding parts were replaced on a plane, which improved the contour and seaworthiness.
Stingray is located in Hartsville, South Carolina, with more than 20,900 m2 of production sites. The shipyard is equipped with automated technical means that allow you to create some of the best cruisers in its class.
All products were initially oriented to family vacations, in addition, each boat can be modernized without significant financial and technical costs.