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Freedom Waters Foundation christens new boat

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Freedom Waters Foundation christened its new boat, a wheelchair accessible boat for use in its programs. A deck boat before it was damaged in an explosion and donated to FWF, the boat was completely refit to accommodate people in wheelchairs for days on the water.



Luke Brown Yachts and Young Professionals in Yachting, under the leadership of FWF board member Michael Hartman, worked over the past year to raise money and sponsorships to rebuild the boat, using 99 percent donated materials, equipment and labor. manufacture the boat.


For more details on who contributed to the project, visit www.freedomwatersfoundation.org and click on “programs”.

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