Inflatable BoatWorks Becomes Zodiac Military Professional Dealer

Friday, December 14, 2007
Inflatable BoatWorks, Inc. has been selected as a Zodiac MIL-PRO dealer to represent Zodiac's Military & Professional line of rugged inflatables in the state of Washington. Zodiac has originated most of the major concepts that have led the development of the modern inflatable boat since the 1930’s. Since those early days Zodiac has become the largest manufacturer of inflatable boats, RIBs and emergency life rafts for military, professional and leisure markets in the world.

Rugged and tough, these Mil-Pro inflatables by Zodiac differ widely in design and specifications so as to bring the right answers to specific requirements and fit various mission profiles and demanding uses. Product lineups are distributed under the Zodiac, Avon, and Zodiac Hurricane brands and include inflatable and rigid inflatable boats for the oil industry, port operations, government services (fire fighters, Coast Guards, customs) and the armed forces.

The Zodiac Military & Professional Sector supplies inflatable boats used by Special Forces for commando operations and large professional RIBs with inboard or outboard engines, in the Zodiac Hurricane range. For every conceivable application The Seattle Marine Group, Ltd. supplies, integrates accessorizes and installs equipment for the benefit of various maritime users: Recreational Fishing and Cruising, Deep-Sea, Megayacht / Superyacht, Inland and Coastal, Offshore Industry, Dredging, Fishing, Survey, and Government.

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