Ulrichsen Wide World of Boating

Bangor Punta Era Ulrichsen Boats Marketing Archives

Ulrichsen offered a full line of powerboats from 27 to 37 footers, including Sportsfishermen, Sportcruisers, and Convertibles, all built using fiberglass. Ulrichsen also built the Alura 25', 28' and 32'.

Ulrichsen Boats - Convertible Sedans and Trunk Cabins (1967)

Ulrichsen Boats - Convertible Sedans and Trunk Cabins (1967)

It takes time to create an Ulrichsen. So you may have to wait a little longer for one than you might for most boats. That's why you'll never see a showroom packed with Ulrichsens.

GG Archives REF: BPULR-003-1967-BW-AD

Alura by Ulrichsen - Four Good Reasons for Looking at the Alura (1969)

Alura by Ulrichsen - Four Good Reasons for Looking at the Alura (1969)

Alura is built by Ulrichsen - a part of Bangor Punta Corporation which makes Duo, Jensen, Luhrs, O'Day, Seagoing Houseboats and Starcraft one of the largest producers of fiberglass boats.

GG Archives REF: BPULR-001-1969-BW-AD

Ulrichsen 37 Foot Cruiser (1969)

Ulrichsen 37 Foot Cruiser (1969)

Bangor Punta 1969 Advertisement for the Ulrichsen 37' cruising sedan - Boats start at $18,500.

GG Archives REF: BPULR-002-1969-BW-AD

Ulrichsen Continues the Norsemen Tradition (1970)

Ulrichsen Continues the Norsemen Tradition (1970)

Bangor Punta 1970 Advertisement for Ulrichsen Boats - Drop in at your Ulrichsen dealer and take a good long look at his new 1970 line of 33' and 37' Convertible Sedans ...

GG Archives REF: BPULR-004-1970-BW-AD

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Bangor Punta Era

The Bangor Punta era, lasted approximately twenty years -- from 1964 to 1984.

History will likely remember the company for its tenacity in pursuing acquisitions; their high-profile corporate executives; and, two United States Supreme Court cases that the company was involved in during its short life span.

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