Larson Boats

Larson Boats History

Larson Boats has a legacy of more than 100 years building widely recognized bowriders, sport boats, and fishing boats ranging from 18 to 37 feet in length. This four-generation boatbuilding company has survived two World Wars and a Great Depression, all the while becoming one of the greatest heritage brands in the American boating industry.

Larson was founded in 1913 in Little Falls, Minnesota, on the Mississippi River, by Paul Larson, an industry leader and avid boater with a passion for building high-quality boats for families to enjoy on the water. In 2000, Larson Boats introduced the revolutionary fiberglass VEC technology, which is an innovative, close-mold approach that results in boats that are more durable and hold their value better.

Paul’s commitment to safety, quality, and powerful performance has been passed down to today’s generations of dedicated Larson boat builders. Today, the company offers a variety of options to those customers looking for a smooth ride to enjoy a family cruising experience or watersports.

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1913
Established
Syracuse, Indiana
Location
Fiberglass
Construction

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