The newsletter from Aspen Yachts brings exciting updates on their spring activities and upcoming events. Despite varying weather conditions, including challenging winds during demo rides, Aspen successfully sold a C108. The factory is gaining momentum, with the next C120 scheduled for delivery in 2-3 weeks. Recent deliveries, including C100s and a C108, reflect a busy spring season for Aspen, reducing production lead times to 10-12 months.

The newsletter highlights the Seattle Spring Boats Afloat Show on April 27-30, featuring Aspen’s C120 and C108. Anacortes Boat & Yacht Show from May 18-20 promises to be Aspen’s largest show, presenting nine cruisers, three Carbon Cats, and three brokerage boats. Aspen invites attendees to schedule demos during these events.

The Aspen Owner’s Spring Rendezvous is set for June 2-4 in Everett, featuring speakers on engine maintenance, cruising meals, Garmin equipment, and Aspen updates. The newsletter also announces the Aspen Summer Cruise in the Broughtons from July 21 to August 4, encouraging interested parties to reserve marina space.

New products include the C120 Carbon Flybridge Hard Top and the T11 Carbon Cat Folding Console and Seat. The Carbon Cat department expansion is underway, with production beginning in May. The newsletter concludes with service tips, addressing issues with Cummins engines, annual raw water pump replacements, hull side portlights, Solar Guard windows, and new slips in La Conner’s Shelter Bay. The newsletter expresses enthusiasm for upcoming boat shows and Aspen cruises, signed off by Larry G., the Aspen Captain. Read the full newsletter here.