Bluewater to Launch Inshore Fishing Models in 2012

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With its prime focus on capturing inshore saltwater fishing boat market, the Bluewater Sportfishing Boats is all set to launch inshore fishing boats at the Fort Pierce, Fla., which is the customized centre for offshore fishing boats. The company will introduce a new line of “Flats n’ Bay” models. The production of a series of models will be multiplied by manufacturing at several factories.

In 2012 Miami International Boat Show, the company will unveil the Bluewater 16-foot Flat n’ Bay. The boat will be available in two versions.

  • First will feature an unobstructed foredeck that is free of hatches, hardware or other snag points that could potentially interfere with casting.
  • The second will feature a forward anchor locker and a roomy dry storage compartment easily accessed beneath a foredeck hatch.

Like above, the Bluewater 18-foot Flat n’ Bay will be showcased in Miami. This boat will also include two versions.

  • First will feature recessed rod racks tucked away beneath the gunwales and two large dry storage bins forward.
  • The second will feature locking rod storage concealed beneath deck hatches, one large dry storage bin forward, and a secondary forward live well instead of the second storage bin.

The company announced that it will launch two 21-feet and two 23-feet models in 2012 including, the four new Flats n’ Bay models that are going to be unleashed at the Miami International Boat Show.

To encourage the sales of inshore fishing boats, the company is looking forward to hiring the industry veteran Mike Carrigan who will head its sales and marketing division.

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