VONORE, TN – HCB Center Console Yachts™ continues its strategic network expansion activities, that began in late 2018, by signing a Newport Beach, CA area Annex – Schock boats.
HCB’s US factory direct footprint has steadily grown with the addition of several partners in key yacht markets. To date, HCB has the most prestigious partners in their individual territories including: Plantation Boat Mart, Chesapeake Yacht Center, Carolina Yacht Center, Staten Island Yacht Sales, Jefferson Beach Yacht Sales, and now Schock.
“We recognized the need to have a presence on the West Coast and found an extremely well established and respected organization in Schock Boats,” said CEO Elias De La Torre III. “We strive to go above and beyond our competition by keeping the customer central to our business, and this fits very well with the way the Schock family treats their customers. They take those extra steps to assist buyers with selection, purchase, and customization, plus they follow through on the post-delivery side with their service. Schock is a great addition to our growing team and will help elevate the HCB brand in California.”
“We’ve been in the Southern California area for over 73 years and know what our customers come to expect. We find HCB’s customer centric mentality and overall culture to be very similar to ours,” said Schock Boat’s President, Steve Schock. “Their business philosophy and genuine concern for customer satisfaction is very unique in the marine industry, and the custom build process, known as the Crucero Experience™, is certain to give our buyers something exciting and different to consider.”
Founded in 1946, Schock Boats has been in business for over 73 years. What began as a family owned boat building business has grown into a multi-brand dealership over the years. Still family owned, Schock proudly serves the Newport Beach, CA area.
HCB Center Console Yachts™ creates custom, offshore center console yachts for the discerning custom buyer. Offering models ranging from 39 to 65 feet including the newly debuted 3135 hp Estrella, the largest center console yacht in the world.