|Founders||Carl and Dianna Lowe|
|Headquarters||Lebanon, Missouri, U.S.|
Lowe Boats is the name of a company that manufactures aluminum boats. Lowe is the parent company of Sea Nymph Boats, a line of recreational fishing boats which was established in 1946. They make pontoon boats and recreational fishing boats such as the Sea Nymph aluminum fishing boat to the right. Until 1980, Lowe Boats was called Lowe Line. Today, its products are marketed under the Suncruiser, Trinidad, Malibu, Tahiti, Stinger, Roughneck, and Lowe brand names and operates as a subsidy of Brunswick Boat Group.
Lowe boats was founded in 1971 as Lowe Line by Carl and Dianna Lowe. In their first model year, 1972, they produced 29 models of flat bottom and semi-v jon boats and canoes. Lowe made the very first dedicated bass boat in 1975. Lowe Line changed their name to Lowe Boats in 1980.
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