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FunAir’s new partner, Barcelona-based Albus Golf, makes marine-friendly golf balls made of fish food. FunAir met with Albert Buscato, founder of Albus Golf, and decided the eco-friendly golf balls made the perfect partner for the FunAir Yacht Golf.

The patented and non-toxic Ecobioballs will dissolve into fish food within 2-6 days depending on conditions, and can be purchased separately with the yacht logo printed on them.

To find out more visit www.FunAir.com.

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  1. Albert Costa

    You guys have an amazing concept, eco friendly golf balls and a floating green to have fun playing golf on board.

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