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Hurricane Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response

Our Focus and Commitment

We are advocates to Go All In, whether that be on adventures, on your Hurricane Boat, or within your everyday life. We encourage you to Go All In and do your part to keeping our communities safe and healthy. With a focus on health and safety, we are closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and will continue to respond as the situation evolves. We are here to support our customers, dealers, employees and the communities where we operate.

Helpful Resources

Can I Shop For a Hurricane Boat From Home?

You can now schedule a Private Virtual Tour with your local Hurricane Boat Dealership. Conveniently shop from home while your dealer walks you through the boat, answering all your questions. 

 

Complete the form at the link below and click "Schedule Now". Soon after, your nearest dealer will contact you to schedule your Private Virtual Boat Tour. Be the first 250 to book, and we will donate $100 to the charity of your choice!

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Is my local dealer still open?

Hurricane is partnering with our dealers as we all work together to navigate the situation. We are providing our dealers with extra support and sharing WHO and CDC best practices on maintinaing a clean and safe business. Please contact your dealer directly for their most updated hours and availability.

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We are here for our customers, employees and dealer partners.

We have taken several measures to keep our Hurricane family safe during this time of uncertainty.

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Need something to do? Build a Boat!

With our Build a Boat feature, you can build a new Hurricane Boat from the comfort of your own home! Turn it into a fun educational tool and get the kids ready for a safe boating season!

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Coronavirus Resources

The safety of the entire Polaris family is our top priority. We are closely following the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) as we navigate the evolving Coronavirus situation.