Win this beautifully restored 1978 Glastron Carlson CVX-16.  Powered by a 1978 restored Johnson 115.  Cradled in a 2024 custom-built aluminum Ameratrail boat trailer. One lucky winner will take home this beautiful boat. The Glastron Carlson brand became an icon in the boating industry with a world record boat jump of 120 feet, as featured in the 1974 James Bond classic “Live & Let Die”.

Our team at Next Level recently fabricated and installed SeaDek® in this boat.

– Length – 17′ 

– Beam – 6’8

– Weight – 700lbs

– Engine – Single Johnson 115 HP

– Custom premium marine grade upholstery  

– Trailer – Custom-Built 2024 Aluminum Ameratrail Boat Trailer

– Custom premium Sea Dek marine flooring


• Raffle begins March 14th, online purchases end July 12th.  

• Drawing will be Saturday, July 13th, 2024 between 2-4pm live at Mt. Dora Boating Center and Marina. 

    148 Charles Ave, Mt Dora FL 32757.  Drawing will also be live on Facebook @DriveDry

• Winner does not need to be present to win.

• Winner will be chosen by a random selection.

• Winner is responsible for all applicable taxes.

• Prize is offered “as is” at time of drawing.

• The drawing is being conducted by whose address is PO BOX 677696, Orlando, FL 32867

• Participants must be at least 18 years old and residents of United States of America

• Winners will be drawn LIVE on social media and posted on our website.

• Winners will be contacted via phone, email and/or mailing address provided at the time of registration within 15 days of drawing.

• By entering, you permit and its sponsors to use your information in future promotions and offers.

• All federal, state and local laws apply.  Contest is void where prohibited.  All license and registration fees are the sole responsibility of the winner.  By claiming any of the prizes, the winner gives consent to the use, without additional compensation of his or her name and/or likeness for promotion and/or advertising purposes in connection with the contest.  All participating sponsors, host locations, and will not be held responsible for any claims, liabilities or damages arising from or in conjunction with benefits of entry.

About Ride Dry Drive Dry

The Mission:
To change the mindset about drinking and boating by developing and producing powerful and engaging sober boating campaigns designed to effect fundamental changes in the boating culture.

Like any start-up, Ride Dry, Drive Dry began with a story: In 1996, Mark Watts, a competitive skier from Florida, opened a MasterCraft Boat dealership. With a passion for watersports and penchant for business, Watts quickly grew his company, expanding to three locations, and was named to Boating Industry Magazine’s Top 100 dealers for eight years in a row.

In 2006, tragedy struck. Mark was involved in a horrific boating accident, resulting in numerous injuries and an unfortunate loss of life.

In 2014, Mark and his wife, Teressa, participated in the National Association of State Boating Law Administrator’s Operation Dry Water, helping to create this PSA video that would be his campaign’s centerpiece: Ride Dry, Drive Dry was born.

Today, Mark’s passion for watersports endures. He is dedicated to making fundamental changes in how people enjoy boating by utilizing his own experience, industry knowledge and business relationships to advance the sober boating cause. Says Mark: “I believe this campaign can change the mindset about drinking and boating, and promote social responsibility within the watersports culture. I am living proof.”

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