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Ft. Lauderdale-based National Marine Suppliers is the exclusive partner for FunAir Inflatables in North America and Europe.



Since FunAir co-founder Mark Anastasia invented the first hook-over-the-railing and leg-supported, sealed air yacht slide for M/Y Lazy Z in 2009, he has custom designed and created inflatable slides for hundreds of megayachts around the world. He leads the team to create inflatable yacht toys that are fun for yacht owners and guests, while being easy for the crew to deploy and simple to store.



Its newest product is the space-making Swim Platform Extension, which provides additional space for fun, relaxation and personal watercraft docking. It also manufactures an inflatable climbing wall and sea pool in addition to its assortment of slides.



For more information, visit www.nationalmarine.com and click on Superyacht Toys.

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