V-Kool Florida chills 1,000th yacht

Feb 25, 2017 by Triton Staff

Ft. Lauderdale-based V-Kool Florida recently installed infrared reflecting film on its 1,000th yacht, M/Y Broadwater, a 164-foot Feadship. Owner Scott Frischhertz said his company installed the film to cool the interior of the owner’s previous three boats.

Frischhertz started the company in 2004 while working as a yacht captain. For more visit www.V-Kool-florida.com.

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