Fiesta Marine Responds to Gulf Oil Clean-Up

Monday, June 14, 2010

Fiesta Marine Products, Inc. of Hudson, Fla. has announced that since May 15 it has expanded production capacity of it commercial grade custom configured Saltwater aluminum pontoon boats to meet the increased demand relating to the oil spill in the gulf of Mexico.
 
“As a Florida based regional builder, the containment & clean up of this oil disaster is paramount. The clean up in coastal areas will require shallow water platforms, which our open deck pontoon boats are ideal for the work ahead. We are giving all orders for containment & clean up related boats priority & have all employees on required overtime to assist our customer’s efforts to support the cleanup of this disaster,” said Carl Morahan President.

Standard production models range from 12 ft up to 30 ft. Custom boats can be built to 10 ft widths and 34 ft in length and with hulls up to 28-inch in diameter. These can be configured as boom placement and retrieval, skimmers, decontamination platforms, bird and wildlife rescue, as well as for moving personal and supplies.

www.Fiestaboats.com

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